TechnologyGitHub will require developers who contribute code to use...

GitHub will require developers who contribute code to use two-factor authentication by the end of 2023; just 16.5% of active GitHub users currently use 2FA (Kyle Alspach/Protocol)




Kyle Alspach / Protocol:

GitHub will require developers who contribute code to use two-factor authentication by the end of 2023; just 16.5% of active GitHub users currently use 2FA  —  GitHub announced that it will require developers who contribute code to the repository to use two-factor authentication by the end of 2023 …





Original Source Link

Latest News

Kanye West and Bianca Censori Spotted After Alleged Assault – Hollywood Life

View gallery Kanye “Ye” West and wife Bianca Censori were spotted out in Los Angeles separately one day after...

Lawmakers advance measure to bring more booze to movie theaters in New York—’Someone should be able to enjoy a cocktail while they watch a...

New York would expand access to booze by allowing movie theaters to sell liquor and continuing to let...

Pick Your Poisson

This article is featured in Bitcoin Magazine’s “The Halving Issue” and is sponsored by HIVE Digital Technologies LTD...

Meta Is Already Training a More Powerful Successor to Llama 3

Zuckerberg took to Instagram today to explain that Meta would incorporate the new Meta AI assistant, powered by...

Two Cheers for the Proposed End Kidney Deaths Act

At the Vox website, Dylan Matthews offers a compelling defense of the proposed End Kidney Deaths Act....

Must Read

Are we in a 6th mass extinction?

Scientists have documented five major mass extinction events...

Dead malls and underused retail could turn around America’s housing shortage

America’s housing shortage has gotten so bad, politicians...
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you