Software Integrity

Archive for the 'Featured' Category

 

Introducing the Synopsys Software Integrity Community

We’re pleased to announce the launch of the Synopsys Software Integrity Community. At Synopsys, we’ve put in a lot of time and energy to ensure our users have easy ways to effectively utilize their developer tools and reach their full potential. We also understand the impact the software they’re creating has on the world around […]

Continue Reading...

Posted in Application Security, Featured, Software Quality, Software Security Testing | No Comments »

 

What does the recent NPM malware mean for the future of open source trust?

Co-authored by Amit Sethi and Arthur Hinds Earlier this month, the open source community went into high alert. The problem’s epicenter was the Node Package Manager (NPM) which affected what is currently believed to be 40 packages. Typosquatting Specifically, someone performed a ‘typosquatting’ attack against packages distributed via the NPM. First, the attacker downloaded popular […]

Continue Reading...

Posted in Featured, JavaScript Security, Open Source Security | No Comments »

 

What is the state of fuzz testing in 2017?

In a new report, Synopsys examines new insights into areas of software development where further testing remains. By analyzing over 4.8 billion protocol-based tests, the Synopsys State of Fuzzing 2017 report qualifies the relative levels of maturity in terms of quality and security across more than 250 protocols found in industry verticals such as industrial […]

Continue Reading...

Posted in Featured, Fuzz Testing | No Comments »