Using the Code Analysis Tool (CAT.NET 2.0) to Identify Security Vulnerabilities
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Anil Revuru (RV) from Microsoft Information Security, gives a demonstration of the new version of CAT.NET (Code Analysis Tool for .NET) version 2.0. It is a static analysis tool that uses the Phoenix Compiler and its data flow graph.
Anil walks us through the dataflow rules and how it uses the source sink analysis to determine if there is a vulnerability or not. He also explains how the configuration analysis works and walks through the rules where insecure conditions exist. The demo
of the tool shows how the vulnerabilities are detected and how to interpret the results.
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Download: CAT.NET 2.0