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Detecting (Malicious) Unicode in GitHub PRs

Detecting Malicious Unicode in GitHub Pull Requests

This article will describe how you can utilize GitHub Actions to scan user-contributed PRs for unicode and automatically warn you if such commits contain (potentially invisible & malicious) unicode characters.

Why

Last month Trojan Source was published --- which described how malicious unicode characters could make source code appear benign, yet compile to something quite malicious.

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Re: The problem with wikipedia

Alright, I've been working on my research paper (an attempt to document the history and differences, and an overall comparison between the Microsoft DirectX API and the SGI OpenGL API), so I've been caught in the inevitable wikipedia trap. Here was my path:

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