Hi All, A few days ago git 2.42 has been released. Read the Blog post here: Highlights from Git 2.42 Git 2.42 Release Notes Let’s have a look at the installed version git -v to update use the command below (cmd must be started “As Administrator”) git update-git-for-windows Let’s check the git version after the update git -v Regards Andres Bohren vscode Logo
Hi All, I’ve had a warning in my Azure DevOps Pipeline, that deploys this Blog via Hugo to Azure Static Website. The build number format string Azure Static Web Apps CI/CD generated a build number Azure Static Web Apps CI/CD which contains invalid character(s), is too long, or ends with ‘.’. The maximum length of a build number is 255 characters. Characters which are not allowed include ‘"’, ‘/’, ‘:’, ‘<’, ‘>’, ‘', ‘|’, ‘?
Hi All, In Microsoft Code 1.79, there has been an update that fixes a security issue. You can find the details here Closed Issue A information disclosure vulnerability exists in VS Code 1.79.0 and earlier versions on Windows when file system operations are performed on malicious UNC paths. Examples include reading or resolving metadata of such paths. An authorised attacker must send the user a malicious file and convince the user to open it for the vulnerability to occur.
Hi All, A few days ago git 2.41 has been released. Read the Blog post here: Highlights from Git 2.41 Git 2.41 Release Notes Let’s have a look at the installed version git -v to update use the command below git update-git-for-windows It will automatically update your git version Let’s check the git version after the update git -v Regards Andres Bohren vscode Logo
Hi All, I’ was running my blog since 2007 on Subtext. At that Time i wanted to have a Blog that is using ASP.NET and MS SQL Server. To this day the Blog is running on an ol HP Server under my Desk at Home. It worked fine, but the Project was archived in 2018 and has not seen much development since 2012. It had some quirks and was designed to work without SSL/TLS.
Hi All, Today i have checked my Git version and realized that there is a new version since mid of March 2023. Highlights from Git 2.40 https://github.blog/2023-03-13-highlights-from-git-2-40/ git --version https://git-scm.com/ Release Notes https://raw.githubusercontent.com/git/git/master/Documentation/RelNotes/2.40.0.txt Let's check the Version after the update git --version Regards Andres Bohren
Hi All, To be honest, i am a System Engineering guy and not a developer. Even i like to write PowerShell Scripts and use VSCode almost on a daily basis. I am still a Git Noob 😂 I've had an old GitHub Repo where the only branch is still "master". I wanted to change that and found this Guide. To rename the branch locally i used the following command git branch -m master main Then i pushed that branch to GitHub
Hi All, GitHub recently announced that they will make Two Factor Authentication (2FA) mandatory. Raising the bar for software security: GitHub 2FA begins March 13 https://github.blog/2023-03-09-raising-the-bar-for-software-security-github-2fa-begins-march-13/ Let's enable that straight away. I've logged into my Github Account. Under "Password and Authnentication" you can enable Multifactor Authentication. In my Case GitHub Mobile was used to verify my Access The Website showed a code i had to Enter in the GitHub Mobile App
Hi All, There is a new Version of Git and i've updated to the latest release Git Downloads https://git-scm.com/ Git v2.39.2 Release Notes This release merges up the fixes that appear in v2.30.8, v2.31.7, v2.32.6, v2.33.7, v2.34.7, v2.35.7, v2.36.5, v2.37.6 and v2.38.4 to address the security issues CVE-2023-22490 and CVE-2023-23946; see the release notes for these versions for details. Let's check the GIT Version before the Update git --version Now run the update Let's check the GIT version after the update git --version Regards Andres Bohren
Hi All, There exists a Security vulnerability in Git and you should update to Git Version 2.39.1 Git Downloads https://git-scm.com/ Git security vulnerabilities announced https://github.blog/2023-01-17-git-security-vulnerabilities-announced-2/ Let's check the GIT Version before the Update git --version Now run the update Let's check the GIT version after the update git --version Regards Andres Bohren