The new analysis technique, now available on the Fortify service, uses machine learning algorithms to understand how an organization's developers write their applications, so it can more quickly identify common mistakes.
"Our machine learning capabilities allow the core engine to keep learning from typical coding mistakes, so we can scan faster, and we get much more accurate results," Mong said.,
The service can be inserted into the typical testing processes that new applications undergo before being deployed.
HP DNS Malware Analytics service, available on September 15, will start at US$80,000 a year, for analyzing up to 5 million DNS packets per day. The HP Fortify scan analysis software is now available as a new feature on the HP Fortify on Demand service.
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