Archives for the tag: security

Software development teams like to move fast and stay on the cutting edge of innovation. And in order to produce great software, it's essential for teams to use the latest and greatest tools. But changing or upgrading tools can bring unwanted security concerns that many companies can't afford to risk. So, how can a software development team stay current without risking their intellectual property?

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Working with you to beat password re-use

The Atlassian Security team is dedicated to protecting our customers' data. We think a lot about the impact of potential cyber intrusions and know that the way we shield customers against attacks impacts their data, privacy, content, source code, and reputation with their customers. We are constantly on high alert; modelling, monitoring, and responding to security threats of all types. And we've invested in building a Security Intelligence capability that helps us do just that. Managing passwords

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Atlassian Trust Center We have launched our new Trust @ Atlassian site to make it easier to find the information you need to trust Atlassian products and cloud services.  We have Security at the heart of that trust relationship but also know that Quality, Availability, Privacy and Compliance are important.  We have detailed information about our Security program, including how we run our Security Management Program, updated Privacy information, and, for the first time, have published our Atlassian

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We have reviewed the issues described in the Git vulnerabilities CVE‑2016‑2315 & CVE-2016-2324 and released updates to affected products to fix the vulnerabilities. The following products were affected SourceTree for Windows. Update to version 1.8.3 or later for a fix. You can find the latest version at https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/download/. SourceTree for Mac. Update to version 2.2.4 or later for a fix. You can find the latest version at https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/. Bitbucket

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CVE-2015-7547 Advisory

We have reviewed the issues described in Google's CVE-2015-7547 Advisory from February 17 and found that a very small part of our environment was affected. Within the Atlassian Cloud (including HipChat and Bitbucket) the small number of Atlassian systems affected have been upgraded to remove the vulnerability. For those using HipChat Server on their systems we have released an update and notified all customers impacted. If you have any questions, please contact Atlassian Support.

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