WhiteSource Partners With GitHub to Help Developers Code More Securely

Source:- newkerala.com TEL AVIV, Israel: WhiteSource, the leader in open source security and license compliance management, announced today a partnership with GitHub, the leading software development platform, to help developers more easily detect open source vulnerabilities in their GitHub repositories. GitHub launched security alerts in late 2017 to notify developers about vulnerable dependencies in their public and private repositories and identify relevant fixes for JavaScript, Ruby, Java, .NET, and Python. GitHub is now expanding the offering by partnering with WhiteSource

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GitLab scratches latest batch of bugs, cosies up with AWS

Source:- devclass.com GitLab has shot out an update to fix a number of regressions and bugs in the 11.11.2 release it put out just days after its 11.11.1 release last week. The latest update addresses nine issues affecting both the Community and Enterprise Editions. One of the fixes was to address a problem with recommended settings that caused a failure when importing GitHub projects. Another was to fix a brace of problems with OpenID Connect which threw-up 404 errors when

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GitHub platform improvements are helping orgs keep their dependencies in check

Source:- portswigger.net Following its acquisition by Microsoft for $7.5 billion in stock last year, GitHub was keen to stress it would be business as usual, maintaining its independence and “developer-first” ethos. And the introduction of a series of security improvements for the repository hosting service aims to do just that, by giving businesses and users better visibility of their collaboration and dependencies. Take, for example, the beta launch of organization insights, a new function that allows GitHub Enterprise users to

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GitHub Desktop evolves for improved workflow support

Source:- itbrief.co.nz GitHub Desktop has evolved to version 2.0, bringing more capabilities to developers that better support workflows. GitHub Desktop 2.0 has now expanded to include stashing, rebasing, and better ways to share credit with other developers, and emoji support. GitHub’s Billy Griffin says in a company blog that stashing and rebasing were two of the most requested features, which is why they are now supported with Desktop 2.0. “We’re focused on listening to our users and supporting the workflows you

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