Automatically scanning your code for vulnerabilities and errors
You can find vulnerabilities and errors in your project's code on GitHub, as well as view, triage, understand, and resolve the related code scanning alerts.
Code scanning is available for all public repositories, and for private repositories owned by organizations where GitHub Advanced Security is enabled.
For more information, see "About GitHub Advanced Security."
About code scanning→
You can use code scanning to find security vulnerabilities and errors in the code for your project on GitHub.
Triaging code scanning alerts in pull requests→
When code scanning identifies a problem in a pull request, you can review the highlighted code and resolve the alert.
Setting up code scanning for a repository→
You can set up code scanning by adding a workflow to your repository.
Managing code scanning alerts for your repository→
From the security view, you can view, fix, dismiss, or delete alerts for potential vulnerabilities or errors in your project's code.
Configuring code scanning→
You can configure how GitHub scans the code in your project for vulnerabilities and errors.
Configuring the CodeQL workflow for compiled languages→
You can configure how GitHub uses the CodeQL analysis workflow to scan code written in compiled languages for vulnerabilities and errors.
Troubleshooting the CodeQL workflow→
If you're having problems with code scanning, you can troubleshoot by using these tips for resolving issues.
Running CodeQL code scanning in a container→
You can run code scanning in a container by ensuring that all processes run in the same container.