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Bugs Framework (BF) - Poster

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Author(s)

Irena Bojanova

Abstract

Motivation: Crucial need of a formal classification system allowing unambiguous specification of software security bugs and weaknesses, and the vulnerabilities that exploit them. Objective: Create bug models, weakness taxonomies, and vulnerability models with causation and propagation rules; and an unambiguous formal weakness/vulnerability specification language.
Citation
Bugs Framework (BF)

Keywords

Bug, Bug/Fault Models, Bugs Framework (BF), Context-Free Grammar, Cybersecurity, Failure, Fault, Formal Grammar, Formal Language, Formal Specification, LL(1) Grammar, Security, Software Security, Bug Taxonomy, Vulnerability, Vulnerability Model, Vulnerability Specification, Weakness, Weakness Taxonomy, Weakness Specification

Citation

Bojanova, I. (2023), Bugs Framework (BF) - Poster, Bugs Framework (BF), [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=956984, https://usnistgov.github.io/BF/ (Accessed June 20, 2024)

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Created November 7, 2023, Updated December 15, 2023