Archive for September, 2012

  • Lessons learned in localization Part 1: Documentation pain

    on Sep 27, 12 • by Patti Murphy • with 7 Comments


    The big story for our Klocwork Insight 9.6 release was localization for our Japanese market. Prior to this effort, we provided a Japanese version that included a translation of a small portion of the documentation set. Since we’re magnanimous, we felt that others should benefit from our suffering lessons learned from this endeavor. Originally, I’d hoped to do a video for this entitled Crying While Localizing in homage to that fun meme Crying While Eating. But asking one’s colleagues to blubber on camera for minutes at a time while confiding their frustrations was a little too

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  • Klocwork Joins GENIVI® Alliance, Furthers Commitment to Automotive Software Development

    on Sep 24, 12 • by Meranda Powers • with No Comments

    Company provides source code analysis of GENIVI’s open source development platform to help ensure security and reliability of in-vehicle infotainment systems Burlington, Mass — Sep 24, 2012 — Klocwork Inc, the global leader in automated source code analysis (SCA) solutions for developing more secure and reliable software, today announced it has joined the GENIVI Alliance, a non-profit automotive and consumer electronics industry association driving the development and adoption of an open in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) reference platform. Membership in the GENIVI Alliance allows Klocwork to lend its expertise in ensuring software quality to a rapidly growing

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  • Secure Coding Learning Center

    on Sep 13, 12 • by Brendan Harrison • with No Comments


    One of the common challenges we hear from customers regarding their software security assurance programs is developer education. Sure, there are many great tools out there that can help with security, but when it comes down to it, if you’re going to truly build a culture of secure software (and not just audit your system now and then), your development team needs to be well versed on key security concepts, defensive coding principles, common attack vectors, not to mention the ins and outs of specific coding vulnerabilities like buffer overflows. Well, we agree. That’s why

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  • Enterprise Apache Tomcat 7 clustering – part 3

    on Sep 5, 12 • by Andrew Carr • with No Comments

    Server room

    Designing an efficient, reliable and productive application server cluster. The final part in our Apache Tomcat clustering series is going to teach you how to create a simple cluster

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  • CWE Compatibility Program

    on Sep 5, 12 • by Alen Zukich • with No Comments


    If you’re an organization that cares about security and the repercussions that come with that, then you probably already know all about Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE). CWE is a community project sponsored by the MITRE Corporation. As a software vendor providing security vulnerability detection, it’s important to be part of the CWE Compatibility Program.  This program identifies vendors that are officially CWE-compatible. This means you can count on the vendor to provide guidance in their product with respect to CWE identifiers, including direct links to the wealth of information that is kept up to date

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