Code Audit

Definition updated on November 2023

What is a code audit?

The source code is completely tested by code audit. It is also called code review. The goal of the code review procedure is to examine any new code for mistakes, flaws, and compliance with the organization's quality requirements. The defensive programming strategy, which seeks to decrease errors prior to software deployment, includes a code review as a key component. Reviewing and auditing software entails a thorough examination of the website's source code and incorporates efficient early-stage troubleshooting procedures.

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