A self-hosted runner is a system that you deploy and manage to execute jobs from GitHub Actions on GitHub.com.
This rule detects changes to self-hosted runners configurations in the environment. The self-hosted runner configuration changes once detected,
it should be validated from GitHub UI because the log entry may not provide full context.
Detects when a configuration change is made to an applications URI.
URIs for domain names that no longer exist (dangling URIs), not using HTTPS, wildcards at the end of the domain, URIs that are no unique to that app, or URIs that point to domains you do not control should be investigated.
Detects when a user has been elevated to manage all Azure Subscriptions.
This change should be investigated immediately if it isn't planned.
This setting could allow an attacker access to Azure subscriptions in your environment.