Episode 569 – GitHub Is Stepping Up Their Token Scanning Game To Keep You Safe

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GitHub is the leading open repository for code, files, projects and this opens the door to risks of exposing more than you should. GitHub has been releasing security tools to help user’s identify these risks and they keep on expanding their toolkit. This epsiode talks about their latest releases.

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