GitHub and CodeScan Integration Shifts Left on Security with Its SARIF Compatibility

GitHub Shifts Left on Security with Its SARIF Compatibility

SARIF stands for Static Analysis Results Interchange Format. In 2018, SARIF was announced as an OASIS standard when it comes to detecting software vulnerabilities. Since, governments and large corporations like Microsoft have been on-board with SARIF as an extra measure of visibility for its users leveraging static code analysis. As the home of open source, …

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