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Klocwork Releases Standalone Java Source Code Analysis Solution

Klocwork Solo includes the ability to understand code developed for the Android platform

BURLINGTON, Mass. -- March 30, 2009 -- Klocwork, Inc., the proven leader in automated source code analysis solutions for improving software security and quality, today announced the availability of Klocwork Solo. This new product from Klocwork delivers proven, enterprise-ready, static analysis technology to the individual Java developer. Klocwork Solo is a downloadable Java static source code analysis (SCA) product that automatically identifies critical bugs and security vulnerabilities in Java source code quickly and accurately. Additionally, Klocwork's newest product ships with a built-in ability to understand code being developed for the Android platform.

Klocwork Solo introduces an easy-to-use solution that's fully integrated with the Eclipse IDE, providing fast, accurate source code analysis with low false positive results. The product also provides the following capabilities:

  • Automated detection of more than 200 different security vulnerabilities and quality defects without the need to run or generate test cases;
  • Ability to identify issues specific to Android mobile device development, including a range of issues that can cause runtime failures, such as null object references, resource leaks and usage of already freed resources;
  • Persistent analysis results which allow for tracking of issues over time, thus maximizing productivity.

    "The market for mobile applications is exploding, driving up the demand for more effective developer productivity tools that enable developers to write better code," said Mike Laginski, CEO, Klocwork. "Klocwork Solo was designed to address the specific needs of the individual Java developer. Now developers can access our enterprise-grade Java SCA capabilities via an easy to use, downloadable tool."

    Klocwork Solo is available on a subscription basis at $299US per user, per year, with a limited time offer of $99US per user, per year until June 30, 2009. A 30-day free trial of Klocwork Solo for Java is available for download today from Klocwork's website at www.klocwork.com/solo.

    About Klocwork Klocwork is an enterprise software company providing automated source code analysis software products that enhance the productivity and agility of C, C++, C#, and Java software developers. More than 500 customers have integrated Klocwork's automated source code analysis tools into their software development process in order to ensure their code is free of mission-critical flaws while freeing their developers to focus on what they do best " innovate.

    Contact Klocwork for more information at www.klocwork.com or [email protected]

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