A Framework to Detect and Analyze Software Vulnerabilities -Development Phase Perspective-

  • Wakchaure M
  • Joshi S
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Security is a major problem in software development. Software defects lead to security Software is an important part of everyday life. Large number of peoples using internet, ATM, Mobile phones for their need. So for developing any software security is very much important things. Better way providing security from the initial stage of software development life i.e. security from requirement stage to the deployment of any software product. Security enhancement of the SDLC process mainly involves the adaptations or augmentations of existing SDLC activities, practices,and checkpoints, and in a few instances it may also entail the addition of new activities, practices .Secure software is not easily achieved and the actual scenario is that investments in software development process improvement do not assure software that resist from attacks or do not current security vulnerabilities. It can be demonstrated that changes to the software Development process can help to minimize the number of vulnerabilities in new or developing software. Colleges and Universities play a important role in the education and training of software engineers. This paper gives new way of checking Different conditions which are helpful for detecting the vulnerabilities in requirement phase of software development life cycle.

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  • Analysis
  • Requirement
  • SDLC
  • Security
  • Vulnerabilities.

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  • Manoj Ashok Wakchaure

  • Shashank D Joshi

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