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How the Right Mix of Static Analysis and Dynamic Analysis Technologies Can Strengthen Application Security

Source: Secure Software
In searching for tools to implement an effective application-security strategy, managers have a choice between two technological approaches: dynamic analysis and static analysis. Available in a variety of freeware and commercial automated tools, both approaches promise comprehensive detection of security vulnerabilities. But a truly effective strategy may require a mix of both.


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