New languages and frameworks are added continuously.
Kiuwan Supports a Wide Range of Languages
Programming Languages are the primary tools used when it comes to development. Kiuwan scans for vulnerabilities within the specific language you build, giving you custom reports on how to remediate issues early on within the SDLC. This allows programmers the ability to have healthy security development habits.
Increasing the adoption of languages by organizations can empower ease of access to shared resources and expansion of open-source libraries.
But, it also comes with a considerable increase in vulnerability risks. If your organization is on the cutting edge or consistently uses new programming frameworks, adopting a security approach that mitigates threats and attack vectors is essential.
Code Security (SAST) & Code Analysis (QA)
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The world of software development is constantly evolving, and legacy languages such as COBOL, Fortran, Perl, and C are becoming increasingly outmoded. Legacy languages are those that have been around for many years and are no longer actively developed. Although these languages still offer some advantages, such as their relative simplicity, they are quickly becoming obsolete in favor of more modern programming languages.
While legacy languages are now rarely used, some organizations still rely on them to power their applications. To read the full article, go here!