Comprehensive Manual Code Verification Services
When it comes to maintaining the quality and security of your software, a more in-depth approach may be necessary. That's where Codekeeper's manual verification services come into play.
Our manual verification process involves a team of experts who meticulously inspect your source code, configuration materials, and other supporting documents. We provide you with a detailed report outlining our findings and recommendations, enabling you to address potential problems early in the development process.
Key Features & Advantages
In-depth review of source code
Ensures regulatory compliance
Identifies and addresses potential problems early
Improves overall quality and security of software
Our Manual Verification Solutions
Includes source code inspection, configuration materials inspection, other supporting material inspection, software installation, and achieving a running operational version of the software.
Everything in Verification Advanced.
Testing of up to 20 key features.
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Safeguarding Your Software:
An Array of Manual Verification Use Cases
Bankruptcy of the Supplier
Ensure the software can be maintained independently in case of supplier's financial instability.
Suspicion of Malicious Code
Detect potential backdoors or malicious code in the software.
Violation of Licensing Agreements
Verify whether the supplier has used components they are not licensed to use.
Intellectual Property Disputes
Confirm or dispel intellectual property violation suspicions by examining the code.
Verify the code for independent maintenance when supplier fails to respond to support requests.
Change in Supplier's Business Direction
Check code to ensure independent maintenance in light of supplier's shift in business focus.
Long-Term Agreement Monitoring
Regularly verify source code to ensure it remains in good condition over long-term contracts.
Ascertain the capability to maintain software independently if the supplier is likely to be bought out.
Lack of Updates or Patches
Confirm the code is up-to-date and secure when the supplier fails to provide regular updates.
Quality Assurance Issues
Verify source code to identify issues when software fails to meet performance standards.
Third-Party Dependency Audit
Confirm continued functionality when software has dependencies on other third-party software.
Escrow deposits sometimes contain files that are corrupted, incomplete, difficult to use, or even contain viruses.
Documentation could be missing, passwords could be improperly documented, third-party dependencies not outlined or included, etc.
Different levels of technical verification are used to validate the completeness, accuracy, and usability of materials deposited into escrow as assurance that the beneficiary will be able to effectively deploy their escrow deposit in case of a release.
Verification provides an additional layer of protection and peace of mind by ensuring the beneficiary has everything that they need for a successful recovery — whether they’re using their developer’s source code in-house, or transitioning to a new supplier.
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