Secure Code Review

Review of your software or application from the inside out, noting possible vulnerabilities in your code at an early stage in development or after the development.

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ABOUT SECURE CODE REVIEW

Introduction

Detection of vulnerabilities during the early stages of SDLC prevents bugs in the later stages of development. Any undetected vulnerability would lead to an insecure application. Static application security testing is the process that helps in the identification of any insecure piece of code which could cause a potential vulnerability in the later stages of the development process. The secure code review process enables an intrinsic view of the existing security issues.

ABOUT SECURE CODE REVIEW

Methodology

A Hybrid Approach: Manual & Automated Review

Our code review is a combination of both manual and automated techniques. Automated tools are highly effective at assessing large amounts of code and pointing out issues. But i takes the human touch and mind to verify results and calculate the risks of the findings.

Before the application code gets compiled into an executable process, static code review is performed against it.

Sometimes new changes in the code bring along new issues. Security regression is the process that ensures no new issues due to the new changes that have been implemented. From the security perspective, this often comes into play when the implementation of service packs or patches begins. This kind of review is mandatory to ensure that no new vulnerabilities or misconfigurations or for that matter, any other issues aren’t introduced into the application’s environment.

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