supply chain security
We’re taking a look at two commonly-used security tools and detailing how they can help secure your projects.
GitHub Actions gives teams access to powerful, native CI/CD capabilities right next to their code hosted in GitHub. Starting today, GitHub will send a Dependabot alert for vulnerable GitHub Actions, making it even easier to stay up to date and fix security vulnerabilities in your actions workflows.
Supply chain attacks exploit our implicit trust of open source to hurt developers and our customers. Read our proposal for how npm will significantly reduce supply chain attacks by signing packages with Sigstore.
Today, we’re expanding access to the GitHub security overview! All GitHub Enterprise customers now have access to the security overview, not just those with GitHub Advanced Security. Additionally, all users within an enterprise can now access the security overview, not just admins and security managers.
To combat the prevalence of malware in the open source ecosystem, GitHub now publishes malware occurrences in the GitHub Advisory Database. These advisories power Dependabot alerts and remain forever free and usable by the community.
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The Rust community can now discover, report, and prevent security vulnerabilities.
These days software is subject to an ever-changing threat landscape. Check out the many ways you can keep your projects secure on GitHub today.
Today, we're shipping a new feature for Dependabot alerts which helps you better understand how you're affected by a vulnerability.
Learn how to build packages with SLSA 3 provenance using GitHub Actions.
The new dependency review action and API prevents the introduction of known supply chain vulnerabilities into your code.
We want to take away the pain and effort of keeping your code secure, so check out how Dependabot empowers developers to keep to their projects secure.