Some 76% of applications have weaknesses according to a study by Veracode. These vulnerabilities and bugs will originate mainly from open source libraries. On the language side, PHP is the most worrying!
Recent developments in the United States suggest that networks, although they are secure, are insecure. If we believe the latest report of the American cyber security company, then this would be ideal. . In its annual report on the state of software security, it appears that 76% Defects and, for 24% of them, these Is considered very serious. The firm investigated and found out that it is in open source libraries that we find the most vulnerabilities and . They appear to be less and less reliable and are heavily exploited by their code application editors.
Thus, for 70% of applications, bugs and vulnerabilities arise directly from exploitation of these . On the other hand, internally generated code remains quite reliable, among publishers. It is really while digging into these libraries that developers should be careful.
Suffers most from PHP bug
The reassuring thing is that Veracode found that 73% of bugs and flaws were fixed since the last study. For half the cases, however, it takes an average of six months to plug the breaches.
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