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SOFTWARE SECURITY Klocwork Insight 8.0 REVIEWED BY JAMES C. FOSTER Klocwork Price: Starts at $25,875 (five user licenses, one build server license) Klocwork Insight is a source code analysis product that helps automate security vulnerability and quality risk analysis, remediation and measurement. It employs more than 200 different techniques for identifying software flaws for C, C++ and Java. This kind of tool is increasingly important, as very few people are capable of analyzing and, most importantly, fixing software security flaws. Installation/Configuration B- The installation is difficult for a user of any type, requiring several different modules and server components to be installed or loaded prior to use. Plan to spend time on training. The upside to the initial learning curve is scalability and flexibility for large, hybrid or segregated development environments. Licensing can be centrally managed across multiple teams and updated in seconds via a quick change of the license file. MySQL is utilized as the backend database and can be configured at ... Access >>>
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