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Master of Science (MS) in Computer Science
Java is a popular programming language designed by Sun Microsystems and used for desktop applications, server-side programming, mobile phones and pocket personal computers. Java was designed as a secure language and the developers considered many pitfalls common to C and C++ applications. However, some security errors can still persist due to developers' neglect or complexity of applications. The prototypic solution, presented in this paper, is targeted towards elimination of such errors. Code security and Java code security specifically was not a critical issue a decade ago. However, the development of the Internet-based applications and network architectures, which now employ millions of stand-alone computers that perhaps were never intended to be connected, poses new threats for software security. This paper will attempt to describe the framework for a fuzzy logic code analysis tool that determines the relative security of the application while it is being developed. The tool, if built, will aid developers in their design and implementation processes and will allow for stronger and more secure code. The assumption of this framework relies on Java source code being ready to go into production. When a developer can fully attest that the necessary functionality had been added to the code, it is then time to run a security analysis to determine the most probable security errors with the help of this tool
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Moskalyuk, Alexander, "Source code security analysis and fuzzy logic" (2003). EWU Masters Thesis Collection. 786.