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Binary Code Analyzer, Static Code Analyzer tools for Java?

 
Pankaj Patro
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Hi,

I am looking for different Java Code Analyzer Tool (Binary Code Analysis, Static Code Analysis) for finding all kind of security issues in Java code, java lib, war, ear files,

Can smeone help me on this?

Thanks in Advance,

Pankaj
 
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I'm assuming that you have consulted Google before arriving here? What have you found so far? What have you tried out?
 
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Pankaj,
There are many commercial tools for security analysis. The open source static analysis tools (PMD, FindBugs) find some things but don't have as many security rules.
 
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Tim Cooke wrote:I'm assuming that you have consulted Google before arriving here? What have you found so far? What have you tried out?



Yes Tim, i googled, but i was looking for who were having hands on with these tools and which one is best to use?
 
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Ive seen a demo of fortify from HP, and it looks pretty good. It's not cheap, though
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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