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Ways to Get a Free PVS-Studio License

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PVS-Studio Free

There are several ways to get a free license of the PVS-Studio static code analyzer, which is meant for searching for errors and potential vulnerabilities. Open source projects, small closed projects, public security specialists and owners of the Microsoft MVP status can use the license for free. The article briefly describes each of these options.

PVS-Studio is a tool designed to detect errors and potential vulnerabilities in the source code of programs, written in C, C++, C# and Java. It works in Windows, Linux and macOS environments.
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False Positives in PVS-Studio: How Deep the Rabbit Hole Goes

PVS-Studio corporate blog C++ *C *Development for Windows *
Единорог PVS-Studio и GetNamedSecurityInfo

Our team provides quick and effective customer support. User requests are handled solely by programmers since our clients are programmers themselves and they often ask tricky questions. Today I'm going to tell you about a recent request concerning one false positive that even forced me to carry out a small investigation to solve the problem.
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The story of how we changed the PVS-Studio icon

PVS-Studio corporate blog Graphic design *



The 7.0 release marked a new milestone in the history of the PVS-Studio analyzer — the analysis is now available not only for the code, written in C, C++, C#, but also in Java. In addition to this global improvement, some existing mechanisms for the analysis are refined and improved, diagnostic rules are added. There was another significant change that you could hardly missed. We changed the icon.

Note. In the article, you will not find cunning tricks or tips on designing icons. The purpose of the article is a bit different this time — it is to tell a story, and, if possible, make it interesting.
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Wanna Play a Detective? Find the Bug in a Function from Midnight Commander

PVS-Studio corporate blog Open source *C *Development for Linux *

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In this article, we invite you to try to find a bug in a very simple function from the GNU Midnight Commander project. Why? For no particular reason. Just for fun. Well, okay, it's a lie. We actually wanted to show you yet another bug that a human reviewer has a hard time finding and the static code analyzer PVS-Studio can catch without effort.
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Sixth Chromium Check, Afterword

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severe unicorn

At the beginning of 2018 our blog was complemented with a series of articles on the sixth check of the source code of the Chromium project. The series includes 8 articles on errors and recommendations for their prevention. Two articles sparked heated discussion, and l still occasionally get comments by mail about topics covered in them. Perhaps, I should give additional explanations and as they say, set the record straight.
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PVS-Studio ROI

PVS-Studio corporate blog Development Management *Product Management *

PVS-Studio ROI

Occasionally, we're asked a question, what monetary value the company will receive from using PVS-Studio. We decided to draw up a response in the form of an article and provide tables, which will show how the analyzer can be useful. We cannot prove absolute accuracy of all calculations in the article, but we suppose the reader will agree with our thoughts, and it will help to make a decision in the matter of getting the license.
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Searching for errors in the Amazon Web Services SDK source code for .NET

PVS-Studio corporate blog Open source *.NET *Amazon Web Services *C# *

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Welcome to all fans of trashing someone else's code. :) Today in our laboratory, we have a new material for a research — the source code of the AWS SDK for .NET project. At the time, we wrote an article about checking AWS SDK for C++. Then there was not anything particularly interesting. Let's see what .NET of the AWS SDK version is worth. Once again, it is a great opportunity to demonstrate the abilities of the PVS-Studio analyzer and make the world a bit better.
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PVS-Studio for Java

PVS-Studio corporate blog Open source *Java *DevOps *
PVS-Studio for Java

In the seventh version of the PVS-Studio static analyzer, we added support of the Java language. It's time for a brief story of how we've started making support of the Java language, how far we've come, and what is in our further plans. Of course, this article will list first analyzer trials on open source projects.
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Total votes 31: ↑31 and ↓0 +31
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PVS-Studio 7.00

PVS-Studio corporate blog Java *C++ *DevOps *
PVS-Studio C#\Java\C++Today is an important day — after 28 releases of the sixth version we present our PVS-Studio 7.00, in which the key innovation is the support of the Java language. However, during 2018 we have acquired many other important changes related to C++, C#, infrastructure and support of coding standards. Therefore, we bring to your attention a note that sums up the major changes that have happened in PVS-Studio for the last time.
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