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 Topic: security concern

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  • security concern
     OP - May 18, 2016, 03:39 PM

    when someone tries to  google for my github username name(which happens to be my username here) + github they find this:
    https://github.com/alsanaaziz/salam/blob/master/misc/COEM_ex-Muslims.xhtml
    I really don't want potential employers to see this. Please help!
    I already tried contacting the person who owns that github account but no luck.
  • security concern
     Reply #1 - May 18, 2016, 04:13 PM

    Hi.

    I would move the code and files which you want to remain private to Bit Bucket (https://bitbucket.org).  Git Hub (the free account) is completely public and searchable by web crawlers such as Google; whereas the free Bit Bucket account allows you to have private (and public if you wish) source code.

    I've been using both Bit Bucket and Git Hub for awhile, I simply put my private work\business source code on Bit Bucket.  Also, Bit Bucket has an option where you can simply transfer these files from Git Hub via a web interface - very nice and simple.

    "I would rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth" - Steve McQueen
  • security concern
     Reply #2 - May 19, 2016, 03:06 PM

    As I understand it the OP doesn't have commit access to that project but his user name is in a public list.

    The fastest way to reach the maintainer is to open an issue on that projects issue tracker. If the maintainer, alsanaaziz, is still around he should get a bump.
    https://github.com/alsanaaziz/salam/issues/new

    Otherwise I think you should consider a new user name on GitHub.
    https://help.github.com/articles/changing-your-github-username/

    Happy hacking!
  • security concern
     Reply #3 - May 19, 2016, 03:46 PM

    Quote
    As I understand it the OP doesn't have commit access to that project but his user name is in a public list.

    Ah, you are right, I missed that part of the OP's post.

    "I would rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth" - Steve McQueen
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