MITRE’s 2019 CWE Top 25 list contains many code quality issues that can result in security vulnerabilities. Static analysis can help you mitigate them.
Web frameworks can introduce security issues into web applications. Mitigate this risk with a static analysis tool that understands the frameworks you use.
With so many application security tools, how do you choose the best ones for your environment? Learn how to assemble your application security toolkit.
Code quality and code security aren’t the same, but they’re closely related. And in the current cyberthreat environment, developers should care about both.
The Code Sight IDE plugin uses the Coverity static analysis engine to find issues as developers code. Release 2019.4 supports more languages and IDEs.
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Static application security testing helps you find and fix vulnerabilities earlier in the development life cycle, resulting in more secure software.
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Improve your web application security management by finding and fixing security vulnerabilities earlier and achieving compliance with industry standards.
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You’ve finally purchased a static analysis solution—but do you know how to use it? Learn how to implement SAST tools in a way that best suits your environment.
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Both enterprise and open source static analysis tools can boost your application security program. But each has its strengths. Learn more before you choose.
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How can development teams make SAST easier? By using a platform that’s fast, accurate, and flexible and integrates with the tools they already use.
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