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8 Ways to Maximize Security Permissions for GitHub

See how you can maximize security permissions—and your code—before publishing to GitHub. Review the multi-layered permissions and tools you need to create a plan to lock down your GitHub development pipeline.

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The ultimate Azure DevOps security checklist

As many as 99% of security failures in the cloud through 2025 will be the customer’s fault. That’s right, ninety-nine percent. While that may imply cloud vendors are doing a good job keeping up their end of the bargain, it also suggests users of cloud services — DevOps teams included — can greatly mitigate risk by focusing on what they can control. 

Where your code secrets hide: risky filetypes to know
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Where your code secrets hide: risky filetypes to know

It may be an API key that falls in the wrong hands, a set of credentials, encryption keys, or even a URL that is being protected by obfuscation. Secrets will leak, and the smallest secret can escalate to a full-blown data breach. But where exactly do these secrets in code like to hide?

security best practices for github
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Security best practices for GitHub

According to a study published in 2019, after a comprehensive scan of public GitHub repositories, a total of 575,456 instances of sensitive data such as API keys, private keys, OAuth IDs, AWS access key ID and various access tokens were discovered on the platform.

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How to choose a secret scanning solution to protect credentials in your code

One of the easiest methods malicious actors use to infiltrate systems and abuse data is by scanning for secrets that accidentally leak into the public space. Why go through the effort of hacking when someone has left the keys to the kingdom sitting on the doormat?

Stop leaks at the source!