Episode 1338 – GitHub Released Vulnerability Scanning For Repos

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GitHub continues to release security enablement features to developers. This episode talk about a new vulnerability scanning feature.

Source – https://github.blog/2023-01-09-default-setup-a-new-way-to-enable-github-code-scanning/

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