Last year, GitHubs owner Microsoft Semmle, makers of a semantic code analysis engine thats been used to hunt down security vulnerabilities in the code of big organizations like Uber, NASA, and Google. After a few months of beta testing it in the wild, GitHub on Wednesday that the code scanning tech is being deployed on its network free to use for developers working on public repositories. The code scanner is relatively simple in function. GitHub and its community have already added 2,000+...

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