Hacker-proofing ASP.Net applications

Friday, 18 November 2005, 4:33 PM EST

Compuware wisely recommends that source-code analysis be run frequently so that security problems are caught before they are baked into an application. Run-time testing, the company suggests, should be performed as various units approach the testing stage. And integrity analysis should be undertaken after any work unit has been completed, as well as during debugging.

At CIO Today.

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