• Introduction
  • Approach
  • Methodology

Source Code Audit is an effective method of discovering the undiscovered bugs, security breaches and the vulnerabilities in the source code which are otherwise overlooked in the black box testing and grey box testing penetration testing methodologies. These unidentified vulnerabilities have the potential of compromising the security of the application

How security can be added in Agile methodology to build highly secure application with more accurate, exhaustive and cost-effective code analysis?

Source code analysis is a top priority for enterprises as they are in constant threat from malicious attacks. It becomes crucial to review the internally developed as well as third party software before it is purchased, so that enterprises can identify and fix vulnerabilities before the applications are deployed.

Certbar source code analysis relies on a combination of extensive market research and predefined security principles to pinpoint the security bug in the source code. The predefined principles help enterprises to identify common programming flaws like anti-patterns, logic errors, memory leaks, workflow flaws, and so on. In addition to these, Certbar uses SAST automated tools to scan an application code for flaws which give us security vulnerabilities while the code is in a static/non-running state. This effective and comprehensive approach to Source Code Analysis helps developers to remediate issues in the early stage of SDLC.