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Ruby queries for CodeQL analysis

Explore the queries that CodeQL uses to analyze code written in Ruby when you select the default or the security-extended query suite.

Who can use this feature?

Code scanning is available for organization-owned repositories in GitHub Enterprise Server. This feature requires a license for GitHub Advanced Security. For more information, see "About GitHub Advanced Security."

CodeQL includes many queries for analyzing Ruby code. All queries in the default query suite are run by default. If you choose to use the security-extended query suite, additional queries are run. For more information, see "CodeQL query suites."

Built-in queries for Ruby analysis

This table lists the queries available with the latest release of the CodeQL action and CodeQL CLI. For more information, see CodeQL change logs in the CodeQL documentation site.

Note: The initial release of GitHub Enterprise Server 3.12 included CodeQL action and CodeQL CLI 2.15.5, which may not include all of these queries. Your site administrator can update your CodeQL version to a newer release. For more information, see "Configuring code scanning for your appliance."

Query nameRelated CWEsDefaultExtendedAutofix
Bad HTML filtering regexp116, 020, 185, 186
Badly anchored regular expression020
Clear-text logging of sensitive information312, 359, 532
Clear-text storage of sensitive information312, 359, 532
Code injection094, 095, 116
CSRF protection not enabled352
CSRF protection weakened or disabled352
Dependency download using unencrypted communication channel300, 319, 494, 829
Deserialization of user-controlled data502
Download of sensitive file through insecure connection829
Incomplete multi-character sanitization020, 080, 116
Incomplete regular expression for hostnames020
Incomplete string escaping or encoding020, 080, 116
Incomplete URL substring sanitization020
Inefficient regular expression1333, 730, 400
Information exposure through an exception209, 497
Insecure Mass Assignment915
Overly permissive regular expression range020
Polynomial regular expression used on uncontrolled data1333, 730, 400
Reflected server-side cross-site scripting079, 116
Regular expression injection1333, 730, 400
Sensitive data read from GET request598
Server-side request forgery918
SQL query built from user-controlled sources089
Stored cross-site scripting079, 116
Uncontrolled command line078, 088
Uncontrolled data used in path expression022, 023, 036, 073, 099
Unsafe HTML constructed from library input079, 116
Unsafe shell command constructed from library input078, 088, 073
URL redirection from remote source601
Use of or or similar sinks with a non-constant value078, 088, 073
Use of, or similar sinks with user-controlled input078, 088, 073
Use of a broken or weak cryptographic algorithm327
Use of externally-controlled format string134
Weak cookie configuration732, 1275
XML external entity expansion611, 776, 827
Hard-coded credentials259, 321, 798
Hard-coded data interpreted as code506
Log injection117
Missing regular expression anchor020
Network data written to file912, 434
Request without certificate validation295
Unsafe code constructed from library input094, 079, 116