The cost and time required for comprehensive application security testing often deters businesses from implementing a proper strategy for testing and remediation of vulnerabilities. Of course, that’s asking for trouble. Fortunately, the process can be streamlined, enabling you to conduct application security testing in a more efficient and timely manner.
You’ve accepted the importance of application vulnerability testing to ensure the security of your software. That’s good. There are many options available when it comes to application vulnerability testing software, so it can become confusing to know which tools are the right ones to use. Different tools identify different problems when it comes to application vulnerability testing, so you need to consider using more than one.
Your company has defined and implemented an application security management program. You have spent time and money purchasing and installing various Automated Software Testing (AST) tools and techniques to run your application through it’s paces. These AST tools generate lists of vulnerabilities. Why is it that you can’t just give these lists to your team and have them fix the items on the list?
Code Dx has added powerful new features to help you secure your mobile app.
Code Dx, version 2.4. This release includes several minor tweaks, but the two most significant additions are support for Contrast Security’s Assess IAST solution, and new filters for temporal analysis of findings across scans.
Version 2.3 of Code Dx is now available. Here are some of the new features that we’ve added…
The Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) is an industry standard for representing weaknesses in software. Static analysis tools help detect weaknesses in software and the CWE is a common language to represent them. These weaknesses are potentially exploitable vulnerabilities that need to be reviewed by security analysts and/or developers.