Are you a developer? If so, you can relate to my question:
If I, as a software developer, use a certain static analysis tool, what can I expect of the security of my code?
In this light, a SAST tool can also be seen as a kind of “insurance” for the developer: “If I run this tool, my code is mostly secure”.
There exists a variety of tools, whether commercial or open-source, which claim more or less to do a “security analysis”. Starting with a preliminary investigation on fault patterns and vulnerabilities in the Debian Linux distribution, I found that…
Here’s a short summary of different attack possibilities to be considered at each OSI Layer.
OSI layer is a structured model that presents the rulesets about how to set each communication methodology from a physical system into the real world.
The video below is a brilliant illustration to have a quick insight about the OSI Framework and post that, let’s discuss the cyber attack threats involved at each layer.
Let me help you to remember the 7 layers of an OSI, top-down and bottom-up as well.
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In simple words, a buildsysytem describes how to build the project executables and the associated libraries from the codebase using a build tool that automates the process.
For example, a Makefile is a buildsystem that is used as a command-line make tool or a project file for an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). In order to avoid maintaining multiple such buildsystems, a project may specify its buildsystem abstractly using files written in the CMake language.
An entire CMake build consists of the following stages:
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