The Latest Secure Coding





Secure coding is very important in software development to ensure code security is high using techniques such as static analysis, code auditing and dynamic analysis to ensure safe coding practices are followed. Secure Coding

What Tools can be used for Secure Coding?


There are a variety of tools to ensure code safety, mostly based on source code auditing and static analysis. The options available really depend on the language being used with some tools focusing on many languages such as Yasca – Multi-Language Static Analysis Toolset or specialist tools focusing on a single language like Brakeman – Static Analysis Rails Security Scanner.

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Selenium – JavaScript Web Application Security Testing Tool

Selenium is a test tool for web applications. Selenium tests run directly in a browser, just as real users do. And they run in Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Firefox on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh. No other test tool covers such a wide array of platforms. Browser compatibility testing. Test your application to see if it […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Secure Coding, Web Hacking

Fuzzled – PERL Fuzzing Framework

There has been an explosion of fuzzing tools lately, quite a few we have mentioned here on Darknet. Someone else noticed this, and wondered where is the Perl framework to complete the family? With that in mind he spent the last few months working on something that should fill the gap – Fuzzled. Fuzzled is […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Secure Coding

ISIC – IP Stack Integrity & Stability Checker

ISIC is a suite of utilities to exercise the stability of an IP Stack and its component stacks (TCP, UDP, ICMP et. al.) It generates piles of pseudo random packets of the target protocol. The packets be given tendencies to conform to. Ie 50% of the packets generated can have IP Options. 25% of the […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Networking Hacking Tools, Secure Coding

login (security through obscurity) – weird PHP script

This was the idea with which I have won the regional web apps contest… well actually I did a CMS but the security part of it was the most appreciated. Maybe because it was weird, you’ll see… Classical Login scripts What exactly do classical login scripts do… they get the password from the database by […]

Topic: Secure Coding, Security Software