Happy Friday! I'm back with a collection of posts from you, the wonderful Azure DevOps community. We range from how we use Azure DevOps to the fullest, to code formatting and security, to managing Azure Lighthouse.
Welcome back to Let's Hack a Pipeline.
We've seen argument injection and source code stealing.
This week, we'll wrap up the miniseries with Episode III: a Shared Infrastructure attack.
One more time: security is a shared responsibility.
The purpose of this series is to showcase some potential pitfalls to help you avoid them.
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Azure DevOps Services will support Service Tags by the end of CY2020. Azure Service Tags are a convenient way for customers to manage their networking configuration to allow traffic from specific Azure ...
We're back with another Let's Hack a Pipeline. Last time, we saw how to create - and prevent - argument injection. In this episode, we'll look at how a malicious user could access source code they shouldn't see. Welcome to Episode II: Stealing Another Repo. (Episode III is now available, too!)
As I said before: security is a shared ...
Welcome to Let's Hack a Pipeline! In this series of posts, we'll walk through some common security pitfalls when setting up Azure Pipelines. We don't really want to get hacked, so we'll also show off the mitigation.
Episode I is titled Argument Injection. Episode II and Episode III are now also available.
Preface on security
A quick note ...
The Azure Boards team has been hard at work fixing bugs and shipping new features. We have a few features that are now generally available as well as few public preview features. Check out all of the Azure Boards Sprint 174 goodies
Happy Friday! This week brings us a variety of stories -multistage build pipelines, building lab environments, deployment patterns, cross-cloud ARM64 builds, and using containers for development and build.
Today, we released Azure DevOps Server 2020 RC2. This is our last planned prerelease before our final release of Azure DevOps Server 2020. You can upgrade from Azure DevOps Server 2020 RC2 or previous versions of TFS and Azure DevOps.
Happy Friday and welcome to August! This week we have a nice variety of posts, ranging across supporting infrastructure as code, workflow management, integrating with GitHub, and working with Raspberry Pi build agents. We top it off with a tips and tricks article that may have a new trick or two for you.