Advanced software vulnerability scanning
With the increasing rate of security breaches, it is clear that conventional software development practices are insufficient in protecting our data and applications. Recognizing this disparity, adversaries and/or bad actors focus on exploiting the abundance of software vulnerabilities for profit and tactical advantages.
CodeValor™ would be an asset to any company’s DevSecOps environment. With the automated scanning of code, you can not only mitigate vulnerabilities earlier on in the software development cycle, but examine the code from the ground-up to speed up your application’s release with confidence.
CodeValor™ leads the class in static code scanning, especially with the ability to assess Fortran code (Fortran 77 through Fortran 2008, both free and fixed format) and the first-ever ability to correlate scan findings to CWEs and STIGs. Other languages supported include: Java Source Code, Java bytecode, C/C++, and Ruby on Rails.
With CodeValor™, your development team will have the ability to remediate findings with editable impact ratings, false positive markings, notes, and a detailed scan history. With expanded administrative capabilities, you can scale CodeValor™’s implementation to best fit your organization’s needs.
For years, our team has been known for developing technologies and pursuing concepts that were “ahead of their time,” including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and agent-based algorithms. CodeValor is a technology that we’ve been refining and perfecting for years; our team are experts on static code scanning so your developers don’t have to be. Our CodeValor customer service and support team is available every step of the way to ensure smooth operations.
Are you interested in learning more about how CodeValor™ can speed up your organization’s SDLC? Reach out to our team today.
The video below is an introductory user tutorial for the CodeValor™ tool.
During the build of the client’s most comprehensive modeling simulation, there was a requirement for a high level assurance of the security of the code.