Github, a US-based multinational corporation providing software development, is introducing a new code-scanning security tool…
Developers are about to get a little help with finding bugs in their code, courtesy of Github. The company has unveiled a new code-scanning tool that’s intended to spot bugs and/or vulnerabilities in developers’ work. When the program detects problems, it triggers an alert inside the repository. So, it should be enough to catch issues before they are inadvertently shipped out in public releases.
Github Releasing a New Code-Scanning Security Tool to Detect Vulnerabilities
“Code scanning is designed for developers first. Instead of overwhelming you with linting suggestions, code scanning runs only the actionable security rules by default so that you can stay focused on the task at hand.”