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Secure Software Architecture and Design: Security Evaluation for Hybrid Approach

Jameel Ahmad Qurashi1 , Harvir Singh2 , Vijay Nunia3

Section:Research Paper, Product Type: Journal Paper
Volume-7 , Issue-12 , Page no. 1-6, Dec-2019

CrossRef-DOI:   https://doi.org/10.26438/ijcse/v7i12.16

Online published on Dec 31, 2019

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IEEE Style Citation: Jameel Ahmad Qurashi, Harvir Singh, Vijay Nunia, “Secure Software Architecture and Design: Security Evaluation for Hybrid Approach,” International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Vol.7, Issue.12, pp.1-6, 2019.

MLA Style Citation: Jameel Ahmad Qurashi, Harvir Singh, Vijay Nunia "Secure Software Architecture and Design: Security Evaluation for Hybrid Approach." International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering 7.12 (2019): 1-6.

APA Style Citation: Jameel Ahmad Qurashi, Harvir Singh, Vijay Nunia, (2019). Secure Software Architecture and Design: Security Evaluation for Hybrid Approach. International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, 7(12), 1-6.

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@article{Qurashi_2019,
author = {Jameel Ahmad Qurashi, Harvir Singh, Vijay Nunia},
title = {Secure Software Architecture and Design: Security Evaluation for Hybrid Approach},
journal = {International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering},
issue_date = {12 2019},
volume = {7},
Issue = {12},
month = {12},
year = {2019},
issn = {2347-2693},
pages = {1-6},
url = {https://www.ijcseonline.org/full_paper_view.php?paper_id=4965},
doi = {https://doi.org/10.26438/ijcse/v7i12.16}
publisher = {IJCSE, Indore, INDIA},
}

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TI - Secure Software Architecture and Design: Security Evaluation for Hybrid Approach
T2 - International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering
AU - Jameel Ahmad Qurashi, Harvir Singh, Vijay Nunia
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DA - 2019/12/31
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Abstract

Software furnishes administrations that may accompany a few vulnerabilities or risks. Attackers perform activities that break the security of framework through dangers and cause disappointment. To dodge security helplessness, there are numerous security- explicit ideas that ought to be resolved as prerequisites amid software improvement life cycle so as to convey solid and secure software. This paper first, studies various existing procedures, systems required for creating secure software dependent on the related distributed works. It begins by displaying the most important Secure Software Development Lifecycle, a correlation within the primary security highlights for each procedure is proposed. The consequences of the examination will give the software engineer with a rule which will help in choosing the best secured process. Second, the paper lists a lot of the most broadly utilized determination dialects with the points of interest and impediments for each

Key-Words / Index Term

Software, Security, Security evaluation, vulnerabilities, secure architecture etc

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