Security issues happen, but leaving them unfixed can put a strain on your team and business. The best thing you can do is identify the issues early and fix them quickly.
Fix security issues in minutes, not months
GitHub Advanced Security is built to optimize the developer experience through automation. It helps your teams identify and fix reported security issues quickly and efficiently by integrating security into every step of the developer workflow.
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Security that empowers developers
GitHub Advanced Security provides industry-leading capabilities natively in the developer environment. These capabilities include:
Find and fix security issues in your code before they reach production with static application security testing (SAST).
Prevent unauthorized access and breaches by watching your repositories for known secret formats, and get notified as soon as secrets are found.
Supply chain security
Catch vulnerable dependencies before you introduce them to your code base with software composition analysis (SCA).
Find and fix security issues earlier
Code scanning examines your code for security issues as it’s being written, and integrates fixes natively into the developer workflow.
Discover and manage hard-coded secrets
Secret scanning watches your repositories for known and custom secret formats, then notifies you as soon as secrets are found.
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Supply chain security with real-time intelligence
Dependency review helps your reviewers and contributors understand dependency changes and their security impact—including which dependencies were added, removed, or updated.
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Manage your security risks all in one place
Security overview provides visibility into your security posture across your codebase— helping you prioritize issues and repositories that require your attention.
Keep using the tools you love
Third-party integrations and SARIF support provide the flexibility and freedom for your teams to use any mix of open source or commercial application security solutions—without context switching.
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View, fix, dismiss, or delete alerts for potential vulnerabilities or errors in your project's code.
Define the severities causing pull request check failure and specify scanning for specific branches.
Get an easily understandable visualization of dependency changes with a rich diff on the Files Changed tab of a pull request.