Edward Thomson

Blog Entries tagged: libgit2

Introducing ntlmclient
May 6, 2018  •  11:55 PM

I’d like to announce ntlmclient, a new open source library that I built. Usually I'd be announcing it proudly and encouraging you to use my code — but this time, I’d ask you to please not use it.

Git Security: Further Reading
February 21, 2018  •  7:31 PM

In my talk at Git Merge today, I mentioned that there were some other difficulties handling security issues in Git. Here's some more information:

Talking about Git at Barcelona .NET Core: 6 March 2018
February 21, 2018  •  7:31 PM

I'm excited to be speaking at the Barcelona .NET Core group on Tuesday, 6 March, 2018. I'll be talking about How Microsoft "Got Git", adopting the Git version control system in Visual Studio and VSTS, and "Scripting Git", how to build .NET applications that interact with Git repositories using LibGit2Sharp.

The Git Contributor Summit
February 5, 2017  •  5:20 PM

The annual Git Merge conference just wrapped up, and it was another exciting year. As always, the speakers were excellent, the training was informative, and the after-party was a blast. But my favorite part was a part of Git Merge that most people don't see: the Git Contributor Summit.

Another libgit2 Security Update
January 20, 2015  •  7:41 PM

On the heels of CVE 2014-9390, we are announcing another round of security updates to libgit2. Similar to the prior vulnerability, an attacker can construct a git commit that, when checked out, may cause files to be written to your .git directory which may lead to arbitrary code execution.

Visual Studio 2013 and libgit2
October 17, 2013  •  6:29 AM

Visual Studio 2013 RTM was made available this morning which means that the new Git support in Visual Studio is available to everyone!