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Finding security vulnerabilities and errors in your code with code scanning
Code scanning is available if you have a license for GitHub Advanced Security. For more information, see "About GitHub Advanced Security."
- Automatically scanning your code for vulnerabilities and errors
- About code scanning
- Triaging code scanning alerts in pull requests
- Setting up code scanning for a repository
- Managing code scanning alerts for your repository
- Configuring code scanning
- About code scanning with CodeQL
- Configuring the CodeQL workflow for compiled languages
- Troubleshooting the CodeQL workflow
- Running CodeQL code scanning in a container
- Viewing code scanning logs
- Integrating with code scanning
- Using CodeQL code scanning with your existing CI system