The GitHub integration detects a variety of data loss prevention, account misconfiguration, and user security risks in an integrated GitHub Organization that could leave you and your organization vulnerable.
- A GitHub account with a Free, Pro, or Enterprise plan
- Membership to a GitHub Organization with Owner or GitHub App manager permissions
For the GitHub integration to function, Cloudflare CASB requires the following GitHub API permissions:
|View basic administrative information from the account.|
|View metadata on organization members|
|View metadata surrounding an organization’s assets, excluding sensitive private repository information.|
|View information on organization settings|
These permissions follow the principle of least privilege to ensure that only the minimum required access is granted. To learn more about each permission, refer to the GitHub App permissions reference.
The GitHub integration currently scans for the following findings, or security risks. Findings are grouped by category and then ordered by severity level.
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|Repository publicly accessible||Critical||A repository has its visibility set to |
|Repository with outside collaborator||Medium||A user outside of the organization has access to a repository.|
|Public repository without security policy||Medium||A publicly-accessible repository does not have a security policy enabled.|
|Repository with deploy key older than 180 days||Low||A repository deploy key has not been rotated in 180 days or more.|
Branches and merges
|Repository Default Branch does not have Branch Protection rules||High||A repository’s default branch does not have any branch protection rules enabled.|
|Default Branch Protection does not have PR Review required||High||A repository’s default branch does not have a Require pull request reviews before merging rule.|
|Default Branch Protection does not have forced pushes disabled||Medium||A repository’s default branch has enabled Allow force pushes.|
|Default Branch Protection does not have stale PR approvals disabled||Medium||A repository’s default branch does not have a Dismiss stale pull request approvals when new commits are pushed rule.|
|Default Branch Protection does not have admin restrictions||Low||A repository’s default branch does not have a Do not allow bypassing the above settings rule for administrators.|
|Default Branch Protection does not have deletions disabled||Low||A repository’s default branch has enabled Allow deletions.|
|Default Branch Protection does not have status check failures disabled||Low||A repository’s default branch does not have a Require status checks to pass before merging rule.|
Learn more about GitHub branch protection rules.
|Repository Dependency with Critical vulnerability||Critical||A dependency used in a repository has a critical severity vulnerability.|
|Repository Dependency with High vulnerability||High||A dependency used in a repository has a high severity vulnerability.|
|Repository Dependency with Medium vulnerability||Medium||A dependency used in a repository has a medium severity vulnerability.|
|Repository Dependency with Low vulnerability||Low||A dependency used in a repository has a low severity vulnerability.|
Learn more about GitHub Dependabot alerts.
|Organization 2FA disabled||Critical||An organization does not have its organization-wide two-factor authentication (2FA) requirement enabled.|
|Organization Member without 2FA||Medium||A member of the organization does not have two-factor authentication (2FA) enabled.|