Command line uploads to Github

I need a solution

I am trying to create controls around unauthorized upload of PII data to personal Github accounts. I am looking at two different usecases, the first one deals with uploading the file/code via the Github website and the second one deals with committing it via the Windows commandline. I have figured out a way to deal with the first usecase but couldnt figure out a way to deal with the second.

In short, if any user uses these commands:

git add .

git remote add origin https://github.com/username/repository.git

git commit -m “commit message”

git push -u origin master

It should trigger a violation in the Endpoint section of DLP.

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-113,7 +113,7 @@ def replace(self, table, dataframe, batch_size=None):. new.table = destination. new.create(bind=self._connection). self.insert(destination.name, dataframe, batch_size=batch_size). – self.execute(“BEGIN; SET LOCAL statement_timeout = ‘1min’; ANALYZE %s; COMMIT;” % table).

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I need an help for below critical error in one of our VNX5400(Unified) system

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Full Description : The Block OE software version must be committed. Otherwise your system may not function properly.

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I want to empty a swimming pool (“delete”) but I only have a bucket (“small sga”). How do I do it ?

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– Then another bucket of water, and tip it out.

– And so on…and so on.

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[link text][1]Dear Team,

I am doing IBM Blockchain for developers.
As part of lab assignments in Course 3, I have the following question.

I did the following steps as part of “Lab solution: clone and edit chaincode”.

First I forked and cloned the repository from Github to my local workstation.- All successful.

Then I did the following steps:

1 I did the changes in the Local Repository File and ran the git add –all and then ran commit with the commit command by adding comments. All successful
2 I ran the Push command to update the changes in Remote Repository Server .
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I have attached a pdf file with the above successful steps and comments.

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[1]: /answers/storage/temp/14903-push-not-reflected-in-remote-repository.pdf

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Repository successfully cloned
Getting changes from revision ‘***’ to revision ‘***’
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[{“timestamp” change(s) since the last build.
Source changes uploaded successfully.

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[wcbd] adding in key for dropbox

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