GitHub has been at the forefront of security key adoption for many years. We were an early adopter of Universal 2nd Factor (“U2F”) and were also one of the first sites to transition to Webauthn.
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April 30, 2021 update: Thank you to everyone who’s weighed in on the discussion so far. I’ve commented in the pull request to clarify a few points based on initial feedback. Keep the comments coming.
GitHub Actions provide a powerful, extensible way to automate software development workflows. When access to outside resources is required, GitHub provides the ability to store encrypted secrets used by GitHub Actions to authenticate against these
GitHub Advanced Security: Introducing security overview beta and general availability of secret scanning for private repositories
GitHub Advanced Security helps you create secure applications with a community-driven, developer-first approach. Today, we are excited to announce two updates: Beta of the new security overview for organizations and teams, which provides a high-level
When it comes to security research, the path from bug to vulnerability to exploit can be a long one. Security researchers often end their research journey at the “Proof of Concept” (PoC) stage. A PoC
On March 8, we shared that, out of an abundance of caution, we logged all users out of GitHub.com due to a rare security vulnerability. We believe that transparency is key in earning and keeping
Last month, a member of the CodeQL security community contributed multiple CodeQL queries for C# codebases that can help organizations assess whether they are affected by the SolarWinds nation-state attack on various parts of critical