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How to set up git branch protection rules

How to set up Git branch protection rules

There’s probably not a developer alive who is not familiar with Git. It is, after all, the most popular software versioning system out there. Git is

Spectral launches Spectral Logs to Ensure Sensitive Data Isn’t Accidentally Exposed

Spectral Logs enables additional layer to existing protection of code and data to shield against breaches and ensure PCI DSS and GDPR compliance TEL AVIV, Israel, July

3 Weeks into the GitHub CoPilot secrets leak – What have we learned

Artificial intelligence has long been heralded as the solution to all our problems: “Don’t worry about it – let the computers do the worrying for you”.

rust vs go

Rust vs Go – Why not use both?

Which is a better choice, Rust or Go? Which language should you choose and why? How do Rust and Go differ and how are they similar?

How to fix secrets drift with Teller

Teller is an open-source secrets management tool for developers built in Go. It helps you manage, protect, and fix problems in your code and security posture

7 Tips to Securely Open Source Your Internal Software

Researchers forecast that, over the next few years, open-source code will reach an annual growth rate of more than 25 percent. With cost savings and increased

Where your code secrets hide: risky filetypes to know

Where your code secrets hide: risky filetypes to know

As you develop applications, are you doing everything you can do to protect your data, code, and intellectual property? If you’re not running a secret scanner

6 Steps to survive a source code leak

6 Steps to survive a source code leak

Source code leaks happen. When they do, you need to act fast to secure your assets and your development environment. The longer an insider threat incident

10 Free Developer Tools to Shift Left Security

10 Free Developer Tools to Shift Left Security

Have you ever produced a bug-free, well-tested release candidate that later failed the security tests done by InfoSec? This may be due to your security testing

Stop leaks at the source!