Integrating Threat Intelligence into DevOps Workflows

Fed up with endless vulnerability assessments? Learn a smarter approach. In an era marked by increasingly sophisticated cyber threats, organizations must adopt proactive measures to safeguard their digital assets and infrastructure. Traditional security approaches are no longer sufficient in the face of evolving threat landscapes, necessitating a paradigm shift towards integrating threat intelligence into DevOps workflows. By combining the agility of DevOps with the insights derived from threat intelligence feeds... READ MORE

The Power of Code Coverage in DevSecOps: Ensuring Quality, Security, and Efficiency

The Power of Code Coverage in DevSecOps: Ensuring Quality, Security, and EfficiencyAre quality issues giving you sleepless nights? 

In the fast-paced realm of software development, where every line of code carries the potential to shape the digital landscape, ensuring quality and security is paramount. This is where the concept of code coverage shines like a beacon of assurance, guiding developers towards the holy grail of flawless software. But what exactly is... READ MORE

Alternatives of CPP Check for Static Code Analysis

Static Analysis is an area where most of the organizations will get confused as there are vast number of tools in the market whether it is commercial or Open-Source tools. When it comes to C/C++ code base the options of the tools are too wide. One more factor most of the organizations think are Open-Source tools can be the better option thinking that one or two missing issues will not... READ MORE

How Open-Source Libraries/Vulnerabilities can destroy the project?

In software development lifecycle most of the us use the open-source libraries like express, react, bootstrap, spring-web, PostgreSQL, jQuery, Log4J and so on in our projects. But most of us have never bothered on the security implications or licensing for these libraries. Hackers will always look into your applications to find out which library is being used and how to break it and find out the critical information from your... READ MORE

Why Dynamic Analysis is important in Software Development Lifecycle?

Today most of the developers are known to Static Analysis which is being implemented as part of their development lifecycle. Because of this they are fixing some of the issues at the time of development which are related to Buffer Overflow, Null Pointer De reference and even some are working on to make their project compliance with industry standards like MISRA, CWE, CERT and so on. Static Analysis is the... READ MORE

Why Multiple Static Code Analysis are Required?

As we all know, Static code analysis is becoming important part of any development process and most of the companies start Many companies moved from denying using any static Code analyser to start using them in their DevOps pipeline and not allow any source code checked in before verifying with static code analyser.

Why Shift Left Approach is important?

If we study software development trends, it is quite evident that complexity of... READ MORE

How well your Code is Performing in real world environment?

Now a days most of the people without second thought on how the code will perform are copying blindly from stack overflow or some websites in the projects. This makes the code to crash in real environment where they have to go through entire code base for debugging which is a big nightmare for any team.

We never had a second thought like how our code is performing or how we... READ MORE


A memory leak is any part of an application that consumes memory without eventually releasing it. A condition caused by a program that fails to release the extra memory it allocates.

In programming languages like C/C++, the programmer can dynamically allocate additional memory to hold data and variables that are needed now but will not be used later in the program. The programmer must remember to deallocate those memory areas when... READ MORE

Code Hardening

Hackers actively seek out vulnerable applications especially Mobile applications for reverse engineering and other types of tampering or fraud. Application hardening is one way to protect mobile applications, making them much more difficult targets for attackers to penetrate.

Code Hardening protects your APKs and SDKs for Android and iOS from reverse engineering and automated/manual de-obfuscation by making transformations more resilient and consecutively strengthening the application integrity. Hardened code is... READ MORE

Web Application Security

Web Application Security is the process of protecting websites and online services against different security threats that exploits vulnerabilities in an application code. The global nature of the Internet exposes web properties to attack from different locations and various levels of scale and complexity. Web application security deals specifically with the security surrounding websites, web services such as APIs. Organizations failing to secure their web applications run the risk of... READ MORE