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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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Apple typically keeps most of its iOS source code private, and filed a copyright takedown request to Github immediately, citing: "The 'iBoot' source code is proprietary and it includes Apple's copyright notice.
The plan was to not share it with anyone else, however it was shared to two online forums and as of late GitHub.
Motherboard saw screenshots of additional source code and file names that were not included in the GitHub leak and were dated from around the time of this first leak.
Apple confirmed the leak by sending GitHub a Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown notice and making the site remove the code just 13 hours after Motherboard broke the news on February 7, 2018, according to futurism report.
Apple indirectly confirmed that the source code posted on GitHub was legit after it issued a (https://github.
The interactive content and coursework, now known as Hacker101, is available for free on GitHub.
Computer security specialists interviewed by AFP said the recent breach apparently involved a similar slip with a password that was taken from Github and used to get into Uber data stored in the cloud at Amazon Web Services.
Oracle is also expanding its contributions of open source projects on GitHub, with Oracle employees now working on more than 250 repositories.
And soon the numbers began to flow--first via Twitter, and then via that GitHub repository, which Chou set up.
Open Source: Developed openly by the Community, under the title of the GreenGluon CMS, on GitHub.
Staff at Indian outsourcing business, Tata, are said to have uploaded Canadian financial institutions' source code and internal documents to a public GitHub repository.