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GenevaJUG Session : Java Static Analysis & Mutation Testing
 
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DIY : Java Static Analysis by Nicolas Peru (french talk) L’analyse statique permet de detecter des bugs et des problèmes dans votre code sans l’executer. Cette présentation vous promet, en toute simplicité, d’ecrire votre propre analyseur pour Java basé sur SonarQube. Pour y arriver il faudra comprendre les challenges d’analyse du langage, du parsing à l’execution symbolique, pour pouvoir coder des vérifications specifiques à vos projets ! Improve your tests quality with Mutation Testing by Nicolas Fränkel and Evgeny Mandrikov (english talk) Unit testing ensures your production code is relevant. But what does ensure your testing code is relevant? Come discover mutation testing and make sure your never forget another assert again. In the realm of testing, the code coverage metrics is the most often talked about. However, it doesn’t mean that the test has been useful or even that an assert has been coded. Mutation testing is a strategy to make sure that the test code is relevant. In this talk, we will explain how Code Coverage is computed and what its inherent flaw is. Afterwards, we will describe how Mutation Testing work and how it helps pointing out code that is tested but leave out corner cases. We will also demo PIT, a Java production-grade framework that enables Mutation Testing on a simple code base. If time allows, a demo will also show how PIT can be integrated with SonarQube. As usual, this session will end up with a buffet provided by our sponsors Hortis | OOSphere | Qim Info | Serial ilem | Kalyss | Sopra Steria
Views: 189 GenevaJUG
Android Security for Beginners : Static Analysis of Malware
 
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Tools required to decompile Apk file dex2jar - http://sourceforge.net/projects/dex2jar/ jd-gui - http://jd.benow.ca/ Apk tool - http://ibotpeaches.github.io/Apktool/install/
Views: 4735 Divya Guntu
DIY Java Static Analysis
 
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Views: 47 BreizhJUG
Java based android static apk analyzer/decompiler
 
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This is the demo for a java based android apk static analyzer. The source code can be found at https://github.com/fab327/Android_ApkStaticAnalyzer
Views: 673 Fabrice Ahebee
Java Projects with Source Code - Intrusion Detection System in Web Application
 
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Dear Viewer, thanks for watching this video i will be more happy and pleased if you subscribe my channel and hit like its is my request please do subscribe and hit like and leave comments for further improvements and please give any suggestion for the video i will try to improve it in next video. What is Intrusion Detection ? An intrusion detection system is a device or software application that monitors a network or systems for malicious activity or policy violations. Any malicious activity or violation is typically reported either to an administrator or collected centrally using a security information and event management system. This projet uses Java 8 and Swing API with following controls JFrame JPanel JDialog JTextField JPasswordField JButton JLable JSeparator Borders EtchedBorder LowerBevelBorder TitleBorder Combobox CheckBox RadioButton Font ImageIcon Image Exception JOptionPane JTable JScrollPane Java: ----- Java is a general-purpose programming language that is class-based, object-oriented, and designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. Java is platform Independent language and it is mainly designed for Internet programming, It comes with 3 products mainly Swings API: ----------- Swing is a GUI widget toolkit for Java. It is part of Oracle's Java Foundation Classes – an API for providing a graphical user interface for Java programs. Swing was developed to provide a more sophisticated set of GUI components than the earlier Abstract Window Toolkit. Netbeans IDE: ------------- NetBeans is an integrated development environment (IDE) for Java. NetBeans allows applications to be developed from a set of modular software components called modules. NetBeans runs on Windows, macOS, Linux and Solaris. In addition to Java development, it has extensions for other languages like PHP, C, C++, HTML5, and JavaScript. Applications based on NetBeans, including the NetBeans IDE, can be extended by third party developers. Intrusion Detection: -------------------- Some previous approaches have detected intrusions or vulnerabilities by statically analyzing the source code or executables. Others dynamically track the information flow to understand taint propagations and detect intrusions. In DoubleGuard, the new container-based web server architecture enables us to separate the different information flows by each session. This provides a means of tracking the information flow from the web server to the database server for each session. Our approach also does not require us to analyze the source code or know the application logic. For the static web page, our DoubleGuard approach does not require application logic for building a model. However, as we will discuss, although we do not require the full application logic for dynamic web services, we do need to know the basic user operations in order to model normal behavior --------------------Watch My Projects Videos----------------- 1. Java Login System: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3Z7oyyouk8 2. Text Classification using Java : https://youtu.be/Ju9jLHMfxaM 3. Packet Filtering Firewall: https://youtu.be/xVMumX0_2OM 4. Naive Bayes Classifier: https://youtu.be/Ju9jLHMfxaM 5. Tesseract Engine OCR Project : https://youtu.be/_sHMoXSpocw 6. Honeypot Project : https://youtu.be/_4yKt7PbpRY 7. Animal Detection using Java Opencv : https://youtu.be/StnYuUKGD2g 8. 3D Password Protection using Java : https://youtu.be/Y_8ETepTDdY 9. Iris Recognition System using Java: https://youtu.be/gwtgbtka-74 10. Intrusion Detection System using Java : https://youtu.be/4fNknjrr9cY 11. Attendance Management System : https://youtu.be/ayfLfVktSSA 12. Secured Data Sharing over network (creating Protocol) : https://youtu.be/YTKwDGetg8E 13. Voice to Text Project in Java : https://youtu.be/L5NMT6CXfO4 14. Secured Authentication using Virtual Environment in Java : https://youtu.be/P2KcRvluaNI 15. DSR Protocol Implementation using Java : https://youtu.be/O0h5UGNgFnQ 16. RSA Secured Chatting System : https://youtu.be/7YXzVNQG2Y0 17. LAN monitoring System using Java: https://youtu.be/MvGo0g2SvrM 18. Suspecious Email Detection System using J2EE : https://youtu.be/o64mA3I75A4 19. Secured Chatting System using RSA and DES algorithms: https://youtu.be/XSnJSVfLlpo 20. OCR Project Extract Text from Image: https://youtu.be/DLt8v_E22rE 21. Client Server Chatting using AES Algorithm: https://youtu.be/trezRWzfM50 22. Emmergency Responder Project in Android : https://youtu.be/fr4R0l_b9kY 23. Library Management System using Java: https://youtu.be/z835b61QeFg #java, #freeprojects, #javaprojects
Views: 15218 Krish
Static Analysis Security Testing for Dummies… and You
 
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Most enterprise application security teams have at least one Static Analysis Security Testing (SAST) tool in their tool-belt; but for many, the tool never leaves the belt. SAST tools have gotten a reputation for being slow, error-prone, and difficult to use; and out of the box, many of them are – but with a little more knowledge behind how these tools are designed, a SAST tool can be a valuable part of any security program. In this talk, we’ll help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of SAST tools by illustrating how they trace your code for vulnerabilities. You’ll see out-of-the-box rules for commercial and open-source SAST tools, and learn how to write custom rules for the widely-used open source SAST tool, PMD. We’ll explain the value of customizing tools for your organization; and you’ll learn how to integrate SAST technologies into your existing build and deployment pipelines. Lastly, we’ll describe many of the common challenges organizations face when deploying a new security tool to security or development teams, as well as some helpful hints to resolve these issues
Views: 2795 LASCON
CodeSonar Static Analysis of RTEMS 2014-12-17
 
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Presentation by Curtis Bragdon, Joel Sherrill and Vince Hopson
Secure Code Review with ASVS Ep02
 
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In this episode, we set up from scratch a code review platform using Kali 2.0, Java 8 JDK, Spring Tool Suite, and OWASP Dependency Check. At the end, I show how to make the review platform ready for a fresh engagement in less than 5 seconds. Links: Installing JDK 8 in Debian / Kali: http://webupd8.org/2014/03/how-to-install-oracle-java-8-in-debian.html
Static Analysis Tools
 
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Views: 110 Joao Pinto
Different Lines of Code Metrics with NDepend
 
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You know about physical lines of code, obviously. Tune in to see what logical lines of code and number of IL instructions look like and how to calculate them.
Views: 1301 DaedTech
Sonarqube Integration with Ant build file for Code Quality analysis
 
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Sonarqube Integration with Ant build file for Code Quality
Free Maven & Java Code Analysis in NetBeans IDE
 
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When you're using Maven and Java, several analyzers in NetBeans IDE are available for free to help you catch problems early and avoid problems before they happen.
Views: 2759 NetBeansVideos
Inside the CERT Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java
 
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In this session, the authors of The CERT Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java describe how this standard can be used to secure your Java projects. They examine the dos and don’ts of several secure coding rules, focusing on rule violations that have resulted in real-world vulnerabilities in fielded systems. They also discuss how conformance to the coding standard can be enforced by static analysis and the Source Code Analysis Lab (SCALe). Authors: David Svoboda David Svoboda is a Software Security Engineer at CERT/SEI. He co-authored _Java Coding Guidelines: 75 Recommendations for Reliable and Secure Programs_ and _The CERT Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java_. He also maintains the CERT Secure Coding standard websites for Java, as well as C, C++, and Perl, and he has taught Secure Coding in C and C++ all over the world, to various groups in the military, government, and banking industries. View more trainings by David Svoboda at https://www.parleys.com/author/david-svoboda Robert Seacord Robert C. Seacord is the Secure Coding Initiative Technical Manager in the CERT Program of Carnegie Mellon’s Software Engineering Institute (SEI) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and and project manager for the Software Developer Certification project. Robert is also a professor in the School of Computer and the Information Networking Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. He is the author of The CERT C Secure Coding Standard (Addison-Wesley, 2008) and coauthor of Building Systems from Commercial Components (Addison-Wesley, 2002), Modernizing Legacy Systems (Addison-Wesley, 2003), and The CERT Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java (Addison-Wesley, 2011). He has also published more than 40 papers on software security, component-based software engineering, Web-based system design, legacy-system modernization, component repositories and search engines, and user interface design and development. Robert has been teaching Secure Coding in C and C to private industry, academia, and government since 2005. He started programming professionally for IBM in 1982, working in communications and operating system software, processor development, and software engineering. Robert also has worked at the X Consortium, where he developed and maintained code for the Common Desktop Environment and the X Window System. He represents CMU at the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG14 international standardization working group for the C programming language. View more trainings by Robert Seacord at https://www.parleys.com/author/robert-seacord Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 1248 Oracle Developers
Static program analysis
 
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Static program analysis is the analysis of computer software that is performed without actually executing programs. In most cases the analysis is performed on some version of the source code, and in the other cases, some form of the object code. The term is usually applied to the analysis performed by an automated tool, with human analysis being called program understanding, program comprehension, or code review. Software inspections and Software walkthroughs are also used in the latter case. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 376 Audiopedia
Using PHP code analyser RIPS to analyse a Wordpress plugin
 
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This video shows how to use the PHP static code analyzer RIPS to find possible vulnerabilities in a Wordpress plugin
Views: 2143 Pedro Deniz
Static Analysis of Source Code After 200 Open-Source Projects
 
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NDA often forbids releasing information about closed commercial projects, but open source can and should be discussed. Over the past few years, the speakers have analyzed hundreds of software projects — from zlib to Chromium — and are now ready to share this experience and reveal what mistakes are typical of open-source projects, whether closed code is better than open, whether coding standards should be complied with, and whether complex architectural errors are more difficult to find than misprints. Author: Evgeny Ryzhkov Co-author: Andrey Karpov More: http://www.phdays.com/program/40869/ Any use of this material without the express consent of Positive Technologies is prohibited.
Views: 1419 Positive Technologies
Visual Java Source Code Dependency  Cycle Analysis with Chord Diagrams
 
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Live Demo http://www.iunera.de/codedependencywithchord/index.html Github: https://github.com/iunera/codeanalysis This project is a proof of concept to demonstrate the advantages of a visual chord-diagram based investigation of software dependencies. The goal is to show that this graphical representation enables to detect and to analyze a program without having to know the implementation details on a detailed source code level. The application of the project can be used for business cases like quality gates or to plan refactorings to decouple or rearrange packages. The data origin for the demo diagram were created by computing coupling indicators of the Eclipse Communities Java development tools (JDT) with the Hypermodelling technology. Please give Feedback in the comments. Live Demo http://www.iunera.de/codedependencywithchord/index.html Source Code and explanations https://github.com/iunera/codeanalysis Background In general, a software architecture goal to create reliable and reusable software artifacts is to develop loosely coupled software components. Furthermore, strong source code dependencies inflict source reuse and engineering problems. However, even that it is well-known that restricting dependencies is a good thing, software engineers often cannot avoid them when manufacturing systems in the first place. Commonly, a software system is developed by iterative steps and the dependencies grow in the continuous development process. This results in the process that the dependencies have to be maintained over time and refactoring steps have to be taken to manage and reduce dependencies over time. Once the development of code foundation of a software system grows, the management of dependencies gets more and more complex. In order to reduce dependencies, developers need to know which artifacts consume other artifacts. Today, mostly this work is done by inspecting the source code manually. Usually the developers tediously gather the artifacts that belong to the desired dependencies and then try to reduce them. Additionally, software and their dependencies are multi-dimensional construct and manifold what makes the inspection even more difficult. When we saw complex chord diagrams about the financial crisis (check it here) we got motivated us to use chord diagrams to investigate software dependencies in a visual manner. Hence, we develop a complete Javascript solution to leverage the power of chord diagrams to analyze the dependencies of programs in a top down approach. This way, investigations of the dependencies of program components can be done in a visual and intuitively understandable way. This solution supports the following key features: Permanent marking The user can select software components and the highlighting (just click the border) is done in a permanent way and not faded away once the hover pointer gets moved away. A special feature of the permanent highlighting is that the connected components that are not activated permanently but that are connected to a highlighted component get faded partially. This way, the user can distinguish selected and connected elements, because the selected ones get shown not faded at all and the just connected ones get shown partially. Dependency intensity visualisation The dependency intensity gets visualized in a graphical manner by showing different thick connections Faded association highlighting Selected system components lead to a highlighting of the associated dependencies and the components they lead to Hover tooltips Tooltips get shown once a dependency gets selected, showing details about the intensity Drill-Downs Drill downs enable to get insights of selected component data and their inner dependencies at multiple levels Url parameter diagram state The state of the visualization is stored in URL parameters to enable forwarding an investigation result to other people via a hyperlinks.
Views: 1923 Iunera
Verone - Free incremental static analyzer for C++ language
 
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Verone - free incremental static analyzer for C++03/C++11/C++14 languages. Analyzer has integration with Visual Studio 2012/Visual Studio 2013/Visual Studio 2015. Analyzer can detect many runtime and semantic errors, performance issues and bad code-style rules. Demo 1. Release date: December, 2015 http://verone-analyzer.com/
The Secret Society of Bug-Free Coding
 
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Is delivering bug-free, more efficient code easy or practical? Delivering completely bug-free software is a myth, but the mindset of trying to deliver bug-free software should be a reality. This session presents a process and a set of tools that help developers deliver less-buggy and more-efficient code. The focus is on bug elimination in all development stages. The tools integrated in the NetBeans IDE cover unit tests, static analysis, and the debugger, including visual debugging of Java Swing and JavaFX applications and the profiler. The Java coding environment and all tools support new Java 8 language features and will help you write efficient, bug-free code. Authors: Martin Entlicher Martin Entlicher, software developer at Oracle Corporation, has been working on NetBeans IDE for the last 14 years. Martin has extensive range of technical skills as well as previous experience with public talks at large software conferences. He holds a Ph.D. from Charles University in Prague. View more trainings by Martin Entlicher at https://www.parleys.com/author/martin-entlicher Ashwin Rao Ashwin Rao is group product manager for NetBeans with the Oracle Developer Tools organization, based in Melbourne. Rao began his career 15 years ago as a developer in the defense industry, working on developing real-time software for command and control systems. He was at Sun prior to its 2010 acquisition by Oracle. Before that, Rao held various technical positions at Baan, a Netherlands-based ERP software provider, including developer / team lead on the R&D team, working on next-generation ERP platform and tools. He has presented at a number of conferences, including JavaOne and other developer-related events. View more trainings by Ashwin Rao at https://www.parleys.com/author/ashwin-rao Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 399 Oracle Developers
Secure Engineering Practices in Java
 
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Developing programs that are inherently immune to attack requires sound software engineering practices. This session looks at the overall software engineering lifecycle and the critical points at which software security is a specific consideration. From the requirements for third-party suppliers to in-house development, your process must offer a level of confidence that the software functions as intended and is free of vulnerabilities. The presentation shows how using threat models, code pattern analysis tooling, targeted reviews, and more enhances Java security. Author: Tim Ellison Tim Ellison is a senior technical staff member in the Java Technology Centre at IBM Hursley Park. He has contributed to the implementation of Smalltalk, IBM VisualAge Micro Edition, Eclipse and the Java SDK over a period of over twenty years. Tim's current focus is on Java SE and open source engineering in the Java platform. He speaks at conferences worldwide and is particularly interested in new ways of applying technology to difficult problems. View more trainings by Tim Ellison at https://www.parleys.com/author/tim-ellison Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 156 Oracle Developers
Applying static analysis - Matias Madou and Daan Raman
 
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Where architectural analysis finds flaws (design) in the application, static analysis is an excellent way of weeding out the bugs (implementation). However, static analysis is neither trivial from a theoretical nor from a practical perspective. In this session, we will discuss the theory behind static analysis as well as how to tune static analysis in such way that the solution becomes an excellent way to weed out security bugs in your organization. In this talk, we will talk about: + The importance of static analysis + Positioning of static analysis into the SDLC + Key difference between static analysis and penetration testing + Manual code review vs static analysis + Static Analysis Theory + Static Analysis in Practice + Working static analysis into the development process This lecture was delivered at SecAppDev 2015 in Leuven, Belgium. Matias Madou has over a decade of hands-on software security experience. From the research to improve existing solutions to scoping and providing the vision for new solutions. A dozen patents and a bunch of papers are the result of the fundamental research that eventually led to a handful of commercial products. He holds a Ph.D. in computer engineering from Ghent University, where he studied application security through program obfuscation to hide the inner workings of an application. He spent 7 years at HP/Fortify improving the leading static analysis solution and creating a hand-full of runtime products. Matias spoke at conferences including RSA Conference, BlackHat and DefCon. Daan Raman is a security consultant at NVISO, and specializes mostly in software security. He mainly uses his software engineering skills during penetration tests and code reviews of mobile and desktop applications. He is additionally responsible for NVISO’s Research & Development team, leading technical research with a focus on application security for mobile ecosystems and malware analysis.
Views: 196 secappdev.org
Source Code Analyzer (Logins and Permissions)
 
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Updating the Source Code Analysis Permissions added automatically Using Relations and Variables 00:00 Overview 00:45 Updating the Source Code Analysis 06:31 Permissions added automatically 09:15 Using Relations 10:37 Using Variables
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Java Tutorial For Beginners 31 - Arraylist in Java
 
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Java - The ArrayList Class java - how to use an array list? Java For Complete Beginners - array lists Arraylist in Java Example – How to use arraylist Searches related to java arraylist java arraylist example java arraylist to array java arraylist example int java arraylist example code java arraylist api java arraylist sort example java arraylist push java arraylist to array int
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#35 Color Code Analysis Java Program || Core Java in Tamil
 
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TrustInSoft Analyzer: A Source Code Analysis Tool
 
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The unique value proposal is its ability to mathematically guarantee that a given source code is free from even the most insidious known flaws, significantly reducing risk and lowering security costs.
Hybrid Analysis Mapping: Making Security and Java Developer Tools Play Nice Together
 
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Java developers want to write code, and security testers want to break it. The problem is that security testers need to know more about code to do better testing and developers need to be able to quickly address problems found by testers. This presentation looks at both groups and their toolsets and explores ways they can help each other out. Using open source examples built on OWASP ZAP, ThreadFix, and Eclipse, it walks through the process of seeding web application scans with knowledge gleaned from code analysis as well as the mapping of dynamic scan results to specific lines of code in Java developers’ IDEs. Author: Dan Cornell Dan Cornell has over fifteen years of experience architecting and developing web-based software systems. As CTO of Denim Group, he leads the organization’s technology team overseeing methodology development and project execution for Denim Group’s customers. He also heads the Denim Group security research team, investigating the application of secure coding and development techniques to the improvement of web-based software development methodologies. Dan Cornell has performed as the CTO of BrandDefense, as founder and Vice President of Engineering for Atension prior to its acquisition by Rare Medium, Inc. and as the Vice President, Global Competency Leader for Rare Medium’s Java and Unix Competency Center. Cornell has also developed simulation applications for the Air Force with Southwest Research Institute. In March 1999, Texas Monthly Magazine named Cornell and his partners, Sheridan Chambers and Tyson Weihs, to its list of 30 Multimedia Whizzes Under Thirty doing business in Texas. He has published papers on topics ranging from data security to high-end graphical simulations, as well as an IBM Redbook on building server-side Java applications for the Linux platform. He has also been published by the Association of Computing Machinery, and the Society of Computing Simulation International. Dan was the founding coordinator and chairman for the Java Users Group of San Antonio (JUGSA) and is currently the San Antonio Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) chapter leader. Dan also serves on the advisory board of Trinity University’s Department of Computer Science. He is a recognized expert in the area of web application security for SearchSoftwareQuality.com and the original author of ThreadFix, Denim Group's open source application vulnerability management platform. Dan holds a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors in Computer Science and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Trinity University. View more trainings by Dan Cornell at https://www.parleys.com/author/dan-cornell Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 155 Oracle Developers
Pylint - an overview of the static analysis tool for Python, Claudiu Popa
 
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"Given the dynamic nature of Python, some bugs tend to creep in our codebases. Innocents NameError or hard-to-find bugs with variables used in a closure, but defined in a loop, they all stand no chance in front of Pylint (http://pylint.org/). In this talk, I’ll present one of the oldest static analysis tools for Python, with emphasis on what it can do to understand your Python code. Pylint is both a style checker, enforcing PEP 8 rules, as well as a code checker in the vein of pyflakes and pychecker, but its true power isn’t always obvious in the eye of beholder, especially when it's hidden through its verbosity. Interpreting its results can be a daunting task, but there are tricks which can be used to improve its user experience, such as enabling only structural checking with the -E flag or disabling unwanted category checks. Pylint can detect simple bugs such as unused variables and imports, but it can also detect more complicated cases such as invalid arguments passed to functions, it understands the method resolution order of your classes, generators, contexts managers and what special methods aren’t implemented correctly. Starting from abstract syntax trees, we’ll go through its inference engine and we’ll see how Pylint understands the logical flow of your program and what sort of type hinting techniques are used to improve its inference, including PEP 484 type hints. Pylint's roadmap includes better understanding of Python code, by improving its flow control analysis, escape analysis, understanding metaclasses and descriptors and having a better type checker, as well as improving the user experience, by reducing the number of false positives it currently has. As a bonus, I’ll show how it can be used to help you port your long-forgotten library to Python 3, using its new –py3k mode, which emits warnings regarding Python 3 compatibility.
Views: 1435 Python Ireland
Using FindBugs, CheckStyle and PMD from IntelliJ with QAplug to improve your Java Coding
 
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Updated 2018 videos for - FindBugs https://youtu.be/GCkHI6DB1Vg - Checkstyle - https://youtu.be/RAC_VRj2bcM http://www.javafortesters.com When you have worked through the "Java For Testers" book and want to improve your Java skills, one easy way of improving is to install some plugins which will provide suggestions on improving the code you have written. In this video I describe the use of Checkstyle, FindBugs and PMD, and an easy way of installing them into IntelliJ using the QAPlug plugin. For more information on Java For Testers visit: http://www.javafortesters.com
#26 - FixInsight Deep Dive: Squashing Bugs with Static Code Analysis
 
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More Information: http://embt.co/crx-blog Roman Yankovsky will show you how to use FixInsight's static code analysis in Delphi to find bugs in your code before your customers do. Roman Yankovsky CodeRage X 15-Oct-2015 http://www.embarcadero.com/coderage/
2015 - Paul Johnston - Static code analysis, from source to sink
 
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Static analysis is an alternative approach to penetration testing, which focus on analysing source code,rather than attacking running applications. I developed a prototype static analysis tool, and learnedall sorts about static analysis and secure coding on the way. I will explain the basic principles of staticanalysis, the practical problems you hit, and the lessons for secure development pracitces. This willbe useful for people who use static analysis tools, perform code analysis, and developers interested insecurity.
Views: 530 BSides Manchester
Using the SureLogic Tools on Programming Exercise #1
 
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This video shows off using SureLogic Sierra and JSure tools (static analysis) to uncover and help to fix issues in the Programming Exercise #1 code. We also stress the use of Git to track changes. The SureLogic Flashlight tool (dynamic analysis) is demonstrated on the exercise app as well, but it's results are not too interesting for this assignment. We demonstrate its use because Flashlight can be helpful to you in future programming assignments.
Views: 369 SureLogicVideos
Building Secure Applications with Java EE
 
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Everyone knows the importance of software security, but does everyone know how to build a secure application? This tutorial provides best practices for building secure applications with Java EE. It presents the fundamentals of secure software development along with the most prominent security vulnerabilities according to The Open Web Application Security Project Foundation (the OWASP Top 10). In a live demo, you’ll learn how to exploit common security vulnerabilities in session management, authentication and authorization, unvalidated input, and various types of injections. You’ll also find out about common mistakes and omissions, Java EE mechanisms, and best practices for implementing secure applications. Author: Patrycja Wegrzynowicz Patrycja Wegrzynowicz is the Head of Software R&D Department at NASK, Research and Academic Computer Network. At NASK she shapes the future direction of technological research in software as well as acts as a chief architect and consultant on the projects from the field of Internet domain names and DNS, Internet security, and large-scale digital archives together with semantic search. Patrycja holds a master degree in Computer Science and is currently finalizing her PhD at Warsaw University. Her academic interests are focused on language semantics and automated software engineering, particularly on static and dynamic analysis techniques to support program validation, verification, and comprehension View more trainings by Patrycja Wegrzynowicz at https://www.parleys.com/author/patrycja-wegrzynowicz Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 2499 Oracle Developers
20150730 NYJavaSIG - Chad Tindel - Modern Runtime Application Security for Java Web Applications
 
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Because Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) and analysis tools like Static Application Security Test (SAST) and Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) lack the context from inside a running application, there are certain classes of attacks which they simply can't defend against. Gartner has defined a new category of protection which they call "Runtime Application Self-Protection" (RASP) to introduce security features directly into the applications themselves. We will discuss the types of security vulnerabilities faced by web applications as defined by OWASP and how you can protect yourself from these vulnerabilities using new RASP tools.
Code review workflow in Upsource
 
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Trisha Gee gives an overview of the basic code review workflow in Upsource. Check out http://jetbrains.com/upsource/ to find out more about JetBrains Upsource.
Views: 6740 JetBrainsTV
Word Unscrambler Java Code Walkthrough
 
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Sorry the static is really bad on my microphone :(
Views: 1083 KatCaseReviews
Java Programming Pros and Cons
 
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I want to know about the Java programming pros and cons. You’ll be instantly recognized by HR, as being the programmer who writes in that language that generates all those web interface errors, if they are not using HTML 5 web apps and the endlessly updating updater. That’s not a reason enough to learn the language. The language is used on pretty much every PC and a lot of servers, so you are not locked into one OS like Swift is used for the iOS. Apple fans have no problems with their little corner of the universe. Java has been around for something like two decades, and because it has been around so long and used so widely, it will probably be around another two decades. Even Haskell and Lisp are still in use. Lisp is getting replaced with Clojure, and Haskell is like Fortran, only running on mainframes served by the same guys who set them up thirty years ago. So why hasn’t Java been replaced? Java has strong corporate backing via Oracle. Java has better documentation than languages like Python because of this, plus a lot more training classes and books to teach you how to use it. Of course, so Oracle can teach a lot of people to use their programming language. Java has a thread for garbage collection, while Python does not have a built in solution for that. Good coding practices make that unnecessary, unless you’re living with other programmers. Java has better library support for many use cases. Java is better for big projects. Java scales better. Everyone says their languages can scale, but even Ruby on Rails ran into problems when Twitter got too popular. Java does better if you are writing 100,000 lines of code for a program, whereas Python is decent for one thousand lines of code. But Java will run on Android phones and data centers. I do not mind the ability to get paid to make an app or an enterprise application, whoever pays me better. Java can handle complicated data structures. Java’s static typing makes it better for large code scales or toolkits re-used across many different applications. Which is why it is so complicated – to be able to be used on everything and anything. Java is more verbose, but it is easier to read. That does not eliminate the need to document your code. Java has a powerful input reading function slash class in the form of scanner. Java has a lot of tools and IDEs like NetBeans and Eclipse. And no standard one. Java has better whole program static analysis than rivals like Python to find security holes. Of course it does, because they find so many holes in it. Consider it guaranteed job security.
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Eclipse and static (Scala to Java)
 
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In this video we create our Hello World application in Eclipse and look briefly at an explanation of the static keyword. Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLMXbkbDbVt8hDuqSBS35qVO5YH4ewBcm
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SonarLint Eclipse Plugin Integration- Session1
 
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This video having audio problem. I recorded this session again with the latest SonarLint version 2.2.1 - URL is : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5A5LGjN3PE0
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Secure Coding
 
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Because of limited resources, computer security incident response teams (CSIRTS) are typically unable to respond to the large number of vulnerabilities reported each year. The goal of the CERT Secure Coding Initiative is to reduce the number of vulnerabilities to a level that can be mitigated fully in DoD operational environments. This will be accomplished by preventing coding errors or discovering and eliminating security flaws during implementation and testing. CERT has been extremely successful in the development of secure coding standards that have been adopted at corporate levels by companies such as Cisco and Oracle and the development of the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) that supports conformance testing of systems against these coding standards. The success of the secure coding standards and SCALe contributed to the impetus for the inclusion of software assurance requirements in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2013.
maven checkstyle integration
 
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This tutorial shows you how to share your checkstye configuration in your organization using a maven project for that. Also shows you how to run checkstyle maven plugin as part of the build to catch all formatting problems before any code review. Saving time for reviewers and automating verifications.
Views: 4120 Carlos ASAP
[OOPSLA] Static Analysis of Event-Driven Node.js JavaScript Applications
 
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Talk Title: Static Analysis of Event-Driven Node.js JavaScript Applications Presenter: Magnus Madsen More Info: http://2015.splashcon.org/event/oopsla2015-static-analysis-of-event-driven-nodejs-javascript-applications Abstract: Many JavaScript programs are written in an event-driven style. In particular, in server-side Node.js applications, operations involving sockets, streams, and files are typically performed in an asynchronous manner, where the execution of listeners is triggered by events. Several types of programming errors are specific to such event-based programs (e.g., unhandled events, and listeners that are registered too late). We present the event-based call graph, a program representation that can be used to detect bugs related to event handling. We have designed and implemented three analyses for constructing event-based call graphs. Our results show that these analyses are capable of detecting problems reported on StackOverflow. Moreover, we show that the number of false positives reported by the analysis on a suite of small Node.js applications is manageable.
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Ensuring code quality – with fully integrated code analysis
 
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IAR Systems introduced its latest product innovation C-STAT which further extends code analysis possibilities by providing static code analysis directly within the development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench. Stefan Skarin, CEO of IAR Systems, talks about the challenges for embedded developers – e.g. safety, security, complex projects – and the benefits of ensuring code quality at an early stage in the embedded development process.
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IntelliJ IDEA Tutorial. Inspections
 
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In IntelliJ IDEA, there is a set of code inspections that detect and correct anomalous code in your project before you compile it. The IDE can find and highlight various problems, locate dead code, find probable bugs and spelling problems, and improve the overall code structure. For more information, go to: https://jb.gg/code-inspections Category: Code Analysis #intellijidea_tutorial #intellijidea #jetbrains
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Finding Subtle but Common Concurrency Issues in Java Programs
 
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This presentation describes research results on common concurrency mistakes in Java and shows examples in which subtle misunderstandings of the Java concurrency model have caused bugs in widely used open source programs. It further shows how your organization can avoid introducing new instances of these concurrency bugs and how static analysis development testing tools can alert you of a problem before the code has left the programmer’s attention. Mistakes covered include unsafely avoiding taking a lock, poor selection of objects used as locks, and misuse of the wait/notify pattern. Author: Mark Winterrowd Mark Winterrowd has been discovering bugs in Java programs in desktop, web application, and mobile environments with Coverity since 2010. He has most recently taken charge with enhancing Coverity's concurrency checkers to find race conditions, deadlocks, and other nondeterministic behavior. View more trainings by Mark Winterrowd at https://www.parleys.com/author/mark-winterrowd-1 Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 6669 Oracle Developers
Finding Bugs with Tracing, Part 1 - Intro to Java Programming
 
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This video is part of an online course, Intro to Java Programming. Check out the course here: https://www.udacity.com/course/cs046.
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How Does CodeSonar Find More Bugs?
 
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GrammaTech's VP of Engineering, Paul Anderson, describes CodeSonar's static analysis engine.
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#6 Console Output in Java || Core Java in Tamil
 
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CodeSonar Demo
 
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