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What is the goal of source code audit?

Source code audit is a process of source code review and analysis of application's architecture, technologies and tools.

This service helps organization to:

  • determine bugs;
  • detect security threats and vulnerabilities;
  • discover improper development practices;
  • find out-of-date tools.

Source code audit consists of the following phases:

  • review of application high level composition, webserver and framework configuration files, supplied documentation;
  • bug scanning;
  • scanners' results verification;
  • dynamic verification of identified findings.

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