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CWE nodes in this view (graph) occur when the application handles particular system resources.

CWE nodes in this view (slice) are used by NIST to categorize vulnerabilities within NVD.

This view (slice) covers issues that are found in C programs that are not common to all languages.

This view (slice) covers issues that are found in C++ programs that are not common to all languages.

This view (slice) covers issues that are found in Java programs that are not common to all languages.

This view (slice) covers issues that are found in PHP programs that are not common to all languages.

This view (graph) displays only composite weaknesses.

This view (slice) displays only weakness elements that are part of a chain.

This view organizes weaknesses around concepts that are frequently used or encountered in software development. Accordingly, this view can align closely with the perspectives of developers, educators, and assessment vendors. It borrows heavily from the organizational structure used by Seven Pernicious Kingdoms, but it also provides a variety of other categories that are intende ...

This view is useful for developers because it is organized around concepts with which developers are familiar, and it focuses on weaknesses that can be detected using source code analysis tools.&&This view (graph) organizes weaknesses using a hierarchical structure that is similar to that used by Seven Pernicious Kingdoms.


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