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Secure Programming with Static Analysis (Addison-Wesley Software Security Series)

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Published by Addison-Wesley Professional .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Data security & data encryption,
  • Other software packages,
  • Software engineering,
  • Computer Data Security,
  • Computer Programs Debugging,
  • Computers,
  • Computers - Computer Security,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Programming - Software Development,
  • Security - General,
  • Computers / Security,
  • Programming - Systems Analysis & Design,
  • Computer security,
  • Computer software,
  • Debugging in computer science,
  • Quality control

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSW Security
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages624
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9522605M
    ISBN 100321424778
    ISBN 109780321424778

    What happens if you can't develop an exploit? Inthe Morris worm made the Internet programming community aware that a buffer overflow could lead to a security breach, but as recently asbuffer overflow was the number one cause of security problems cataloged by the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures CVE Project CWE, Our hope is that by giving a lot of examples of vulnerable code, we can help you do a better job of identifying potential problems in your own code. Part III uses the same positive guidance and specific code examples to tackle security concerns found in common flavors of programs and related to specific software features. Are they useful? Clearly, these are important topics.

    Although security features are not our primary focus, some security features are so error prone that they deserve special treatment. Most will provide a host of warnings: wading through them takes a while, and no programmer would want to do that twice. This is not an easy task. When the solution to a particular problem is far removed from our original example, we also include a rewritten version that corrects the problem. A static analysis tool can often produce at least some results even if the code doesn't compile.

    Make it stop. Why would I need to perform a bounds check when I read a saved file? Chapter 6, "Buffer Overflow I," and Chapter 7, "Bride of Buffer Overflow," look at a specific input-driven software security problem that has been with us for decades: buffer overflow. I came up with a scenario, tried it, and sure enough, there it was. Fifty years ago, only professionals and serious hobbyists delved into programming. Make Fixes Two factors control the way programmers respond to the feedback from a security review: Does security matter to them?


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Secure Programming with Static Analysis book

A further level of software analysis can be defined.

Secure Programming

This book gives them the security development knowledge and the tools they need in order to eliminate vulnerabilities before they move into the final products that can be exploited.

You might choose to review results in more detail or with greater frequency for parts of the program if you believe they pose more risk, but allow the tool's results to guide your attention, at least to some extent.

The uses of the information obtained from the analysis vary from highlighting possible coding errors e. We see plenty of other languages, too. For example, it is possible to use the automated system to email the developer responsible for the faulty code. Yet you will want to run the tool regularly on the code as it changes.

These do not provide code security — far from it. Subsequent reviews should find fewer problems because programmers will be building on a stronger foundation.

Using portions from past projects shortens development time and makes project execution easier. Get the code into a compilable state before you analyze it.

Automated Static Analysis

The potential for error might be limitless, but in practice, the programming community tends to repeat the same security mistakes. Chapter 4, "Handling Input," takes an in-depth look at how static analysis tools work.

Now, there's a complete guide to static analysis: how it works, how to integrate it into the software development processes, and how to make the most of it during security code review.

Without them I might have dismissed my scenario as too unlikely, and have spent valuable time chasing alternative hypotheses. Without adequate security, we cannot realize the full potential of the digital age.

It looks at the variety of problems that static analysis can solve, including structure, quality, and, of course, security. To keep the examples straight, we use one icon to denote code that intentionally contains a weakness: We use a different icon to denote code where the weakness has been corrected: Other conventions used in the book include a monospaced font for code, both in the text and in examples.

They bring a wealth of knowledge to something that just doesn't get covered much in books, yet it's a critical part of any mature security or development program. Part One of the book is an overview of static analysis - why you should do it, the different types of static analysis, and some really in-depth coverage of how static analyzers work - obviously they're experts on the matter, and the coverage is very good, but will be mind-numbing to those who don't actually study software.

What could possibly have caused this? Well-written, easy to read, tells you what you need to know. Fifty years ago, only professionals and serious hobbyists delved into programming.

Part Four is Static Analysis in action. The Review Cycle We begin with an overview of the code review cycle and then talk about each phase in detail. Our experience with the code review phase of the security process is similar—after the backlog of security problems is cleared out, keeping pace with new development requires much less effort.Brian Chess, Jacob West, "Secure Programming with Static Analysis" English | ISBN: | | EPUB/PDF | pages | 18 MB/6 MB.

Top 10 Secure Coding Practices. Validate input. Validate input from all untrusted data sources. Proper input validation can eliminate the vast majority of software sylvaindez.com suspicious of most external data sources, including command line arguments, network interfaces, environmental variables, and user controlled files [Seacord 05].

Jul 12,  · Discussion on secure programming with static analysis - Brian Chess, Chief Scientist at Fortify Software and Jacob West, Manager of Fortify's Secure Research Group.

Secure Programming with. Jul 29,  · Static analysis security testing (SAST) is a technique and class of solutions that performs automated testing and analysis of program source code to identify security flaws in applications.

Secure Programming with Static Analysis I read as make your applications secure by using static code analysis to identify problems.

While the authors do give a fair amount of bad code to learn from, the details are less forth coming than in other books. Rather than give examples of how to use static code analysis tools to identify and /5(16).

This book describes a set of guidelines for writing secure programs. For purposes of this book, a “secure program” is a program that sits on a security boundary, taking input from a source that does not have the same access rights as the program.

Such programs include application programs used as viewers of.