GitHub security alerts now support Java and .NET projects

October 18, 2018

Via: ZDnet

Code hosting service GitHub has updated its platform this week, and among the many developer-centric changes, the company also rolled out three new security features for project owners.

The most important of these new security improvements is the expansion of the Security Alerts feature, which now also supports Java and .NET projects, on top of the original JavaScript, Ruby, and Python.

GitHub launched this feature last year, and it works by scanning a project’s dependencies for outdated libraries and modules for which known vulnerabilities exist.

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