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GitHub

A Web-based version control repository that offers all the features of the Git distributed version control system. Introduced in 2008, GitHub is the largest hosting service for source code in the world. GitHub provides Web browser and mobile interfaces to the repository and also includes bug tracking, feature requests and wikis for every project. See Git.
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You can download the app from the Play Store here and check out its Github page here .
Snap has asked GitHub to remove the exposed code data from the site.
The plan was to not share it with anyone else, however it was shared to two online forums and as of late GitHub.
The interactive content and coursework, now known as Hacker101, is available for free on GitHub.
Chappell says, "We don't know the full picture of Uber's hack yet, but their statement says that hackers accessed a 'private' area of GitHub, a web-based data hosting service used by the app developers.
GitHub's performance will be tracked there, right alongside Azure, Microsoft's public cloud option that's second in size only to Amazon's Web Services unit.
"In an effort to accelerate our vision of a world where charitable contributions have a positive impact on our society, we have decided to release our source code on GitHub and give charitable organizations and other businesses the opportunity to use blockchain in a way that can truly benefit humanity."
The NNEF Model Zoo can be accessed via GitHub and consists of a significant set of pre-converted networks to enable inferencing engine vendors to test their reliable import of NNEF models and inferencing engine operations.
The algorithms have been released on Github and Facebook hopes that developers and other companies will make use of it to identify harmful content and add it to a shared database to curb online violence.
(https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/capital-one-hacking-suspect-allegedly-boasted-online-despite-warnings-don-n1036111) FBI special agent Joel Martini said the bureau easily found Thompson because of her boasts and other online clues on GitHub, Twitter, the social network Meetup and the messaging platform Slack.
"There appears to be some leaked s3 data of yours in someone's github/gist." A link was provided to an account at GitHub, a company that allows users to manage and store project revisions, mostly related to software development.