Cheat sheets

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GitHub Actions Security Best Practices [cheat sheet included]

GitHub Actions Security Best Practices [cheat sheet included]

GitHub Actions is an increasingly popular CI/CD platform. They offer powerful and easy-to-access features to build automation right into any GitHub repository. However, they also require special attention to avoid any compromise. Here are the best practices to secure them.

Rewriting your git history, removing files permanently [cheat sheet included]

Rewriting your git history, removing files permanently [cheat sheet included]

You know that adding secrets to your git repository [https://blog.gitguardian.com/secrets-credentials-api-git/] (even a private one) is a bad idea, because doing so risks exposing confidential information to the world. But mistakes were made, and now you need to figure out how

Best practices for managing and storing secrets including API keys and other credentials  [cheat sheet included]

Best practices for managing and storing secrets including API keys and other credentials [cheat sheet included]

Storing and managing secrets [https://www.gitguardian.com/glossary/secret-sprawl-definition] like API keys and other credentials can be challenging, even the most careful policies can sometimes be circumvented in exchange for convenience. We have compiled a list of some of the best practices to

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