Category: Emenda News


Qt Creator Klocwork Plugin v1.1 Released


      Emenda is pleased to announce v1.1 of our popular Klocwork plugin for Qt Creator! This latest update contains numerous bug fixes and improvements that aim to enhance the usability of Klocwork and make it that much easier to accurately scan your code for defects in Qt Creator. Detailed information can be found… Read more »



Protect against Spectre using Static Analysis


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Achieve new levels of security and standards compliance Now available, the Klocwork Spectre variant 1 checker detects potential Spectre vulnerabilities in your code. What is Spectre: Spectre variant 1 exploits a CPU optimisation technique, known as speculative execution, which may open the door to your critical data. What to do: You can detect and resolve… Read more »



Boost your Klocwork MISRA C 2012 Coverage


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Emenda have released a new Klocwork checker package for MISRA C 2012. The package provides support for 11 additional rules and 3 amendment 1 rules. Full details, along with details for requesting the package, can be found here. For more details on how we can help your organisation improve MISRA coverage, or with any Static… Read more »



Emenda Israel – Open for business!


We are delighted to announce the opening of a new premises in Israel (Shaar Efraim) For the past 10 years Emenda has provided the tools and expertise to help developers efficiently build software that’s more reliable and more secure. This new Israeli structure will be able to provide all 10 years expertise into the Israel… Read more »



Flexnet Code Insight 2018 R1 is Here!


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Better integration into the build cycle, better Enterprise IT integration and better analytics and usability. But there’s more. Have a look at the release highlights: Updated analytics and improved usability Search company wide open source inventory using a combination of relevant search criteria. This release also includes a new report that analyses OSS security and… Read more »



High Integrity C++ Klocwork Taxonomy released


Initially published in 2003, High Integrity C++ (HIC++) is one of the longest established coding standards for C++. It consists of rules that are actively maintained to improve maintenance, portability, readability, and safety of code especially for safety-critical applications. Emenda has developed a taxonomy using existing Klocwork checkers for the latest version of HIC++ (Version 4.0)… Read more »



Enterprise-level Static Analysis within QT Creator


Static Analysis within QT Creator Up until now, developers using the popular QT Creator IDE have had no easy way to statically analyse their code on an enterprise-level and get instant, within-IDE feedback. We are proud to announce that with the introduction of Emenda’s Klocwork QT Creator plugin, that has changed. QT Creator users can… Read more »



Klocwork NASA Power of Ten Taxonomy released


The Power of 10 Rules were created in 2006 by the NASA/JPL Laboratory for Reliable Software. The rules are intended to eliminate certain C coding practices which make code difficult to review or statically analyse. These rules are a complement to the MISRA C guidelines and have been incorporated into the greater set of JPL coding standards. Developed by Emenda, the Klocwork NASA Power of… Read more »



Security Innovation in a DevOps Environment


DevOps is becoming increasingly popular with organisations accelerating the speed of developing applications and services. With this approach, security is often sidetracked which could prove costly for organisations. It doesn’t take any longer to write a line of secure code versus a line of insecure code, you just need to know the difference. Through Security Innovation‘s… Read more »



Security Innovation – Centre of Excellence (Automotive)


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Security Innovation’s six Centres of Excellence (CoE’s) serve as the nerve centre for ongoing research and knowledge dissemination on critical computing platforms, technologies, and emerging threats. They yield ongoing methodology refinement, skills progression, and custom tools development that helps us understand systemic causes that lead to vulnerable software – and fuel our innovative approaches and solutions…. Read more »