Unauthorized Commit to Public Code Repository Risk

March 17, 2020

Leaked access keys. Hard-coded, clear-text credentials. Proprietary source code. These are just some of the things that we find organizations exposing via public repositories. To avoid this hurting the business, the security team needs visibility to detect and mitigate this exposure.

We’ve just released a new feature, Unauthorized Commit, that will detect in real-time when developers are leaking this data, and give you all the context you need to quickly identify and remediate the risk. 

 
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