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Title: Herramientas de prueba de seguridad de aplicaciones
Author: Gomez Zafra, Gina Alexandra
Director: García Font, Víctor
Tutor: Canto Rodrigo, Pau del
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: SDLC
development lifecycle
Issue Date: Mar-2017
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: Currently, there are lots of companies developing web solutions and a number of tools available to carry out the construction of the same, these can be developed in open source or licensed software. This process of software development follows an established process: the software development life cycle (SDLC). It is a best practice plan that has been adapted over the years and recommends how the software should be developed, maintained and updated. Historically, security was a belated idea throughout the process until a few years ago when an additional "S" was added for "secure," and those in DevOps came across a new buzzword: safe software development lifecycle or SSDLC. manual safety processes as part of the life cycle. Although SSDLC is not a new concept, we must change the way we think about how it is implemented. Most companies that develop software believe that they do it safely in fact, as the MarshalSec article points out: not all developers read the documentation of the libraries they are using.
Language: Spanish
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