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== description ==
 
== description ==
 
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(from [https://connect.microsoft.com/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?SiteID=734&DownloadID=23328&wa=wsignin1.0 CAT.NET download] page)
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"...Code Analysis Tool for .NET is a static analysis tool to detect common software security vulnerabilities. CAT.NET 2.0 has been re-written from the ground up implementing the original tainted analysis algorithm developed by Ben Livshits but using the Phoenix compiler infrastructure to provide a solid and scalable core data flow security analysis engine. CAT.NET 2.0 will initially ship around February as a Visual Studio 2010 Power Tool, only available to customers who have a licensed copy of Visual Studio 2010 and then as an integrated part of the Visual Studio product in late 2010. ..."
 
== download==
 
== download==
 
* [https://connect.microsoft.com/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?SiteID=734&DownloadID=23328 CAT.NET 2.0 CTP (current version)] (requires registration with Microsoft)
 
* [https://connect.microsoft.com/Downloads/DownloadDetails.aspx?SiteID=734&DownloadID=23328 CAT.NET 2.0 CTP (current version)] (requires registration with Microsoft)
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== videos==
 
== videos==
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* [http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Jossie/Architecture-behind-CATNET/ Architecture Behind CAT.NET]
 
* [http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Jossie/Assessment-and-Protection-Suite/ Assessment and Protection Suite] -''"... Anil Revuru (RV) and Mark Curphey, from Microsoft Information Security, introduce what would be in the future a suite of tools that will help you assess your code as well as protect it. This is called the Assessment & Protection (A&P) Suite and it includes the following tools: Web Protection Library (WPL) – which includes Anti-XSS, SRE, mitigation of SQL Injection, CSRF among others CAT.NET Web Application Configuration Analyzer (WACA) and room for more future add-ons ..."''
 
* [http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Jossie/Assessment-and-Protection-Suite/ Assessment and Protection Suite] -''"... Anil Revuru (RV) and Mark Curphey, from Microsoft Information Security, introduce what would be in the future a suite of tools that will help you assess your code as well as protect it. This is called the Assessment & Protection (A&P) Suite and it includes the following tools: Web Protection Library (WPL) – which includes Anti-XSS, SRE, mitigation of SQL Injection, CSRF among others CAT.NET Web Application Configuration Analyzer (WACA) and room for more future add-ons ..."''
 
* [http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032398772&CountryCode=US MSDN Webcast: Managing Cross-Site Scripting Using CAT.NET and AntiXSS (Level 200)]
 
* [http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032398772&CountryCode=US MSDN Webcast: Managing Cross-Site Scripting Using CAT.NET and AntiXSS (Level 200)]

Revision as of 07:15, 4 December 2009

Contents

current O2 support

  • Dedicated O2 Module O2_Scanner_MsCatNet with support for
    • finding target dlls (recursive search on local directories)
    • triggering scans
    • converting CAT.NET Results into O2's Findings schema

description

(from CAT.NET download page) "...Code Analysis Tool for .NET is a static analysis tool to detect common software security vulnerabilities. CAT.NET 2.0 has been re-written from the ground up implementing the original tainted analysis algorithm developed by Ben Livshits but using the Phoenix compiler infrastructure to provide a solid and scalable core data flow security analysis engine. CAT.NET 2.0 will initially ship around February as a Visual Studio 2010 Power Tool, only available to customers who have a licensed copy of Visual Studio 2010 and then as an integrated part of the Visual Studio product in late 2010. ..."

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related blog posts

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