Automated code analysis is essential to modern software development. This guide will teach you everything you need about the process and tools involved.
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Using insecure hash functions in Python leads to potential vulnerabilities and developers should always use stronger hash functions.
Using empty array as a default parameter value leads to unexpected results as parameters are evaluated only once.
SQL Injections is one of the most common vulnerability. Prevent SQL injections with code analysis in your IDE.
Not using autoescape in jinja2 makes your vulnerable to XSS attacks. Always use autoescape=True in your Jinja2 environment
Unsafe deserialization can cause an attack and compromise your system. You need to check your Python code to make sure you avoid them.
The Python SSL module gives a false sense of security and must be used carefully.
The subprocess Python module may introduce OS injection vulnerabilities, which is a serious security concern. Do not use shell=True or mitidate the issue by checking the function input.