DeepCode: File I/O Corruptions Plague Developers
January 13, 2020
File I/O corruptions are the biggest general issue while missing input data sanitization is the top security vulnerability
DeepCode noted the most important bugs and security vulnerabilities that its bot finds in software projects. The data was extracted from DeepCode’s analysis of millions of commits in hundreds of thousands of open-source projects.
Most Important Bugs
File I/O corruptions
Most Important Security Vulnerabilities
Missing input data sanitization
developers enter a new year and decade, we want them to be aware of the
most important coding problems for 2020 and beyond,” said Boris Paskalev,
CEO and co-founder of DeepCode. “With DeepCode by their side, they’ll be
able to make sure that these issues and countless others don’t affect
Because the platform determines the intent of the code — and not only the syntax mistakes — DeepCode identifies 10x more critical bugs and security vulnerabilities than other tools.