Monthly Archives: September 2014

Announcing HTTP(S) pushing support

We’re happy to announce that Gitorious just added support for pushing over HTTP(S) protocol in addition to the existing pushing over SSH. This is especially good news for developers whose organizations’ network policies don’t allow for outgoing SSH connections and for people traveling (for the same, network related reason). You can do the following now: git clone […]

Security vulnerability in bash

Yesterday it was announced that a critical vulnerability has been discovered in GNU Bash. By exploiting the vulnerability a user can execute arbitrary commands on the server. While these commands may not run with root privileges it’s still a dangerous attack vector. There are several ways to exploit the vulnerability, one of them is especially dangerous to Gitorious. […]