Regardless of the industry you're in or the type of software you're developing, you've most likely been mandated to comply with one or more coding standards to ensure the security and reliability of your software. With Klocwork's static analysis tools, coding standard violations are detected out-of-the-box and are automatically reported at the developer desktop, integration build and through our peer code review tool, Klocwork Inspect.
Klocwork is about helping developers write secure code. That's why our analysis has been tuned to detect security vulnerabilities specifically identified by the leading authorities on secure coding best practices. We offer the most comprehensive coverage for MISRA standards as well as other secure coding initiatives including CWE, CERT, SAMATE, DISA STIG and OWASP.
As the go-to static analysis vendor in the embedded space, Klocwork's tools play an important role in achieving compliance with the following industry standards:
In addition to support for formal, published standards, Klocwork Insight provides out-of-the-box support for general coding practices recommended by regulatory bodies, industry consortiums and individual companies that are serious about software quality discipline. While these various standards differ in many ways, most recommend the following general guidelines, which are supported by Klocwork:
Need to implement standards unique to your project or business? Our product extensibility allows you to add checkers that meet your specific needs using one of two language frameworks:
Development of most custom checkers can be done within the Klocwork Checker Studio, a graphical environment that allows developers to easily write new checkers that query their code's AST.
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