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May 13 2022
Are you sure your passwords protected? The Bitwarden project check
Nikita Panevin
Bitwarden is an open-source password management service. The software helps generate and manage unique passwords. Will PVS-Studio find errors in such a project?
May 11 2022
Why should Unity game developers use static analysis?
Artem Rovenskii
The cost of making a video game has increased over the years. Game development is becoming increasingly complex, the code base is getting larger as well. It's getting harder for developers to track bugs. And a game full of bugs entails financial losses and reputational...
Apr 28 2022
PVS-Studio evolution: data flow analysis for related variables
Nikita Lipilin
Related variables are one of the main problems of static analysis. This article covers this topic and describes how PVS-Studio developers are fighting false positives caused by different relationships between variables.
Apr 25 2022
Why use static analysis? Exploring an error from Akka.NET
Sergey Vasiliev
"Use static analysis regularly, not just before releases... The earlier you find errors, the cheaper they are to fix..." You probably heard this a hundred times. Today we'll answer the "Why?" question once again. An error from the Akka.NET project will assist us.
Apr 08 2022
PVS-Studio static analyzer to recheck Unity
Artem Rovenskii
Unity is one of the most popular game engines. It helps create many excellent cross-platform projects. It's been 4 years since the last time we checked Unity's source code. Time has come again to see what interesting things we can find.
Mar 31 2022
Checking Barotrauma with the PVS-Studio static analyzer
Mikhail Evtihevich
Barotrauma is an indie game where you can steer a submarine, hide from monsters, and even play the accordion to save your ship from going down. The Barotrauma project is developed by Undertow Games in collaboration with FakeFish. The source code is mainly written in...
Mar 25 2022
Looking for errors in the C# code of the Eto.Forms GUI framework
Vadim Kuleshov
GUI frameworks are becoming increasingly popular: new ones appear, and old ones get a new life. At PVS-Studio, we are watching this trend very closely. Today we'll examine suspicious code fragments in one of C# frameworks — Eto.Forms.
Mar 22 2022
Suspicious sortings in Unity, ASP.NET Core, and more
Sergey Vasiliev
Some believe that experienced developers do not make silly errors. Comparison errors? Dereferencing null references? Bet you think: "No, it's definitely not about me..." ;) By the way, what about errors with sorting? As the title suggests, there are some nuances.
Mar 04 2022
Top 10 errors PVS-Studio found in ASP.NET Core projects
Artem Rovenskii
Millions of people use web applications based on ASP.NET Core. This is why we enhanced the mechanics of how PVS-Studio analyzes such projects. How does PVS-Studio work now? Let's see! We checked several open-source projects and gathered the top 10 warnings in this...
Feb 18 2022
Why does my app send network requests when I open an SVG file?
Sergey Vasiliev
You decided to make an app that works with SVG. Encouraged by the enthusiasm, you collected libraries and successfully made the application. But suddenly you find that the app is sending strange network requests. And data is leaking from the host-machine. How so?
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