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We are often asked whether we send bug reports to developers of open-source projects. The answer is yes. More than that— we sometimes track the progress. This article is about one of the cases when this habit prevented a sloppy bug fix.
Seems like Microsoft has just announced Visual Studio 2022. And it already came out! For us at PVS-Studio, this meant only one thing — we must support this IDE in the next PVS-Studio release. Almost everything went smoothly. However, there were some hitches that we're...
C# is a user-friendly language. However, it may be difficult for beginners. We've prepared 10 C# tips for those who are starting their journey. We hope these tips will help you to improve your skills in programming.
We are pleased to announce the first release of PVS-Studio in 2022. In this article, we discuss various enhancements in managing Unreal Engine and ASP.NET Core projects. Keep reading to learn about new diagnostics and latest articles by PVS-Studio.
How can simple XML files processing turn into a security weakness? How can a blog deployed on your machine cause a data leak? Today we'll find answers to these questions, learn what XXE is and how it looks like.
This article contains a very interesting example. The absence of the return statement in a value-returning function leads to undefined behavior. It's a perfect example of how wrong code can crash one day, even though it could work for many years.
Operating systems are a kind of software where code quality is critical. This time the PVS-Studio analyzer checked MuditaOS. So let's take a look at what the static analyzer found in this open-source OS.
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