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An Architecture-Centric Approach to Detecting Security Patterns in Software

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An Architecture-Centric Approach to Detecting Security Patterns in Software
Abstract. Today, software security is an issue with increasing importance. Developers, software designers, end users, and enterprises have their own needs w.r.t. software security. Therefore, when designing software, security should be built in from the beginning, for example, by using security patterns. Utilizing security patterns already improves the security of software in early software development stages. In this paper, we show how to detect security patterns in code with the help of a reverse engineering tool-suite Bauhaus. Specifically, we describe an approach to detect the Single Access Point security pattern in two case studies using the hierarchical reflexion method implemented in Bauhaus.
Michaela Bunke, Karsten Sohr
Added 27 Aug 2011
Updated 27 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where ESSOS
Authors Michaela Bunke, Karsten Sohr
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