In a recent post by SAFECode, a non-profit organization of software vendors dedicated to increasing trust in information and communications technology products by improving security and assurance methods, Eric Baize of EMC and Steve Lipner of Microsoft discuss the challenging subject of trustworthiness of acquired software. How a customer gains confidence in acquired software is a frequently asked question of developers. The latest SAFECode blog discusses three approaches that a customer can use to assess the security of acquired software with varying levels of confidence.
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