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A New Debugger Tool To Find Security Bugs For Ruby On Rails Code In 64 Seconds: A

A New Debugger Tool To Find Security Bugs For Ruby On Rails Code In 64 Seconds: A

A Researchers Team Found A New Debugger Can Discover Security Bugs in Ruby Code in 64 Seconds There is a team of researchers from the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) that have manually put a new code which is used for debugging an application. It can find 23 vulnerabilities in Ruby on Rails framework in less than 64 seconds. This new code debugger is known as Space is announced in a study paper that will be presented in May, at the International Conference on Software Engineering. According to the team of the researchers that they have done efforted on the projects and they say that they have modified the whole code of the Ruby on Rails (Rails or RoR) framework so it could be defined by easy operations that could be logical. According to Daniel Jackson who is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science said, that these operation...

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