flawfinder 1.31-1 source package in Ubuntu


flawfinder (1.31-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * debian/control: Update maintainer's name, now use UTF-8
  * Lintian fixes:
    - debian/control: Updated Standards Version, no changes needed (fixes:
    - debian/control: Add ${misc:Depends} (fixes: debhelper-but-no-misc-depends)
    - debian/control: Add versioned dependency on debhelper (fixes:
    - debian/rules: Do not ignore errors (fixes:
    - debian/rules: Add required targets (fixes: debian-rules-missing-recommended-target)
    - debian/source/format: Declare we are 1.0, will move to 3.0 in the future
      (fixes: missing-debian-source-format)

 -- Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña <email address hidden>  Tue, 05 Aug 2014 22:08:27 +0200

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Javier Fernández-Sanguino on 2014-08-06
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flawfinder: examines source code and looks for security weaknesses

 Flawfinder searches through C/C++ source code looking for potential
 security flaws and produces a report describing the potential flaws
 found in source code, ranking them by likely severity.
 Like RATS, Flawfinder reports are not a direct indication of a
 vulnerability, but provide a reasonable starting point for performing manual
 security audits in source code.
 Flawfinder can also generate differential reports by pointing it to
 a patch (diff) file describing the code changes. This way it can be used
 to determine if the potential flaws found in code have increased or
 decreased after a commit to a source code management system like
 CVS or Subversion.