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HP Fortify SCA flags math.Random in JQuery (js/jquery-1.7.1.min.js) as High Vulnerability Insecure Randomness. JQuery and GitHub forum moderators disagree (links below). The Fortify explanation is to use window.crypto.random, which I have done (see s...
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I am trying to scan a python project with HP-Fortify. EVERYTIME I run it, I get the following error: [warning]: The Python frontend was unable to resolve the following import: I am setting -python-path "C:\Python\27\" I have also set -pytho...
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Hi, I have created command line interface for Fortify scan. Somehow , but my results very different from scan, that I am running from Visual Studion 2015 Here my script example. I am trying to scan Projects of the solution, but not Solution in .NET
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Hello guys! I am running Fortify using GUI, and I choose Advanced Scan - And follow with the directory, project name, JDK version. When I finished this directory, I received that message: "Your license does not allow access to Fortify SCA for Py...
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Recently installed HP Fortify SSC (this is my 2nd installation). It's hosted on Tomcat 7.0 and uses MySQL Workbench 5.2. Ran scans with Fortify SCA 4.0 Audit Workbench. They completed with some errors, but I was able to display the results within Aud...
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Hi guys, We are integrating HP Fortify with HP ALM, my organization wants a bidirectional integration, so I can share information between both applications, is there any way to do that with bugtracker or any other way to do it? Thanks and regards. Ge...
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Hi, did you ever figure this out. I am having the same issue now. Thanks.
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The below cmd line syntax will scan recursively all files and directories within the 'whateverapp' folder, with verbosity set, with debug turned on, creating a log file, forcing a 64-bit scan, specifying 8G worth of heap for memory, specify java jdk...
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Did you intentionally write some code with vulnerabilities and see if Fortify SCA would catch it within your *.py code? It really won't matter because you'll have to pay for a new license key that has support for Python in order for Fortify to report...
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