Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) and Software Security Today
- Posted: Nov 06, 2009 at 1:49PM
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The Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) team recently released two new security tools, BinScope Binary Analyzer and MiniFuzz File Fuzzer, to help you write more secure code.
Jeremy Dallman, Michael Howard, and Ivan Medvedev created these tools so we decided to pay them a visit to chat about what these tools do and why they matter. Of course, it's been
way too long since Michael Howard has preached to us from his security soapbox so we just
had to get him talking about the general state of software security today and where it's going!
For the Microsoft SDL team, SDL is as much a lifestyle as it is a software development lifecycle. Developers, thrive securely so that others may securely thrive. Oh yeah, brothers and sisters. I'm sensing the need for a security soapbox show on 9. We need more preaching. There's still far too many developers writing insecure code. "Reverend" Howard, are you game, sir?
Get BinScope and MiniFuzz on SDL Tool Repository. Please use them!!!
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