The objective of software assurance is to establish a basis for gaining justifiable confidence that software will consistently demonstrate one or more desirable properties. These include such properties as quality, reliability, correctness, dependability, usability, interoperability, safety, fault tolerance, and-of most interest for purposes of this document-security.
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