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Microsoft Tightens Security in Visual Studio 2005
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 12/06/2004 11:29:00 PM.

Security is perhaps the final frontier for developers as they build applications for the modern enterprise. But with its newest development platforms, Microsoft Corp. said it is enabling developers to address security early in the design and development process.

The Redmond, Wash., company will put new security features into Visual Studio 2005. PreFast, for example, is a static code analysis tool for the Visual Studio Team System, expected to be available next year, officials said. Microsoft uses the technology in developing applications it sells commercially. Other new tools include PreFix, for defect detection, and FXCop, a code analysis tool that checks .Net-managed code assemblies for conformance to Microsoft's .Net Framework design guidelines.

"Microsoft scans applications with PreFix and PreFast prior to shipping," said Rick Samona, product manager for .Net Framework and Developer Tools at Microsoft. "PreFast will be included in Visual Studio 2005 to scan applications built in C++. The /GS switch used to recompile Windows XP SP2 will be defaulted to 'on' to make writing secure code more seamless. In addition to PreFast, FXCop will also be shipped with Visual Studio 2005 to scan managed code."

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