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Acerca de GitHub Advanced Security

GitHub pone a disposición de los clientes medidas adicionales de seguridad mediante una licencia de Advanced Security. Estas características también se habilitan para los repositorios públicos en

¿Quién puede utilizar esta característica?

GitHub Advanced Security se encuentra disponible para las cuentas empresariales en GitHub Enterprise Cloud y GitHub Enterprise Server. Algunas características de la GitHub Advanced Security también están disponibles para los repositorios públicos en Para más información, consulta "Planes de GitHub."

Para obtener información sobre GitHub Advanced Security for Azure DevOps, consulta Configuración de GitHub Advanced Security for Azure DevOps en Microsoft Learn.

About GitHub Advanced Security

GitHub has many features that help you improve and maintain the quality of your code. Some of these are included in all plans, such as dependency graph and Dependabot alerts. Other security features require a GitHub Advanced Security (GHAS) license to run on repositories apart from public repositories on

For information about how you can try GitHub Advanced Security for free, see "Setting up a trial of GitHub Advanced Security."

For information about buying a license for GitHub Advanced Security, see "Signing up for GitHub Advanced Security."

Note: If you want to use GitHub Advanced Security with Azure Repos, see GitHub Advanced Security & Azure DevOps in our resources site. For documentation, see Configure GitHub Advanced Security for Azure DevOps in Microsoft Learn.

About Advanced Security features

A GitHub Advanced Security license provides the following additional features:

The table below summarizes the availability of GitHub Advanced Security features for public and private repositories.

Public repositoryPrivate repository
without Advanced Security
Private repository
with Advanced Security
Code scanning
Secret scanning
Custom auto-triage rules
Dependency review

For information about Advanced Security features that are in development, see "GitHub public roadmap." For an overview of all security features, see "GitHub security features."

GitHub Advanced Security features are enabled for all public repositories on Organizations that use GitHub Enterprise Cloud with Advanced Security can additionally enable these features for private and internal repositories.

Deploying GitHub Advanced Security in your enterprise

To learn about what you need to know to plan your GitHub Advanced Security deployment at a high level and to review the rollout phases we recommended, see "Adopting GitHub Advanced Security at scale."

Enabling Advanced Security features

For public repositories these features are permanently on and can only be disabled if you change the visibility of the project so that the code is no longer public.

For other repositories, once you have a license for your enterprise account, you can enable and disable these features at the organization or repository level. For more information, see "Managing security and analysis settings for your organization" and "Managing security and analysis settings for your repository."

If you have an enterprise account, license use for the entire enterprise is shown on your enterprise license page. For more information, see "Viewing your GitHub Advanced Security usage."

About GitHub Advanced Security Certification

You can highlight your code security knowledge by earning a GitHub Advanced Security certificate with GitHub Certifications. The certification validates your expertise in vulnerability identification, workflow security, and robust security implementation. For more information, see "About GitHub Certifications."

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