Company Overview of Grammatech, Inc.
Grammatech, Inc. develops and markets software-development tools for startups, companies, educational institutions, and government agencies. It offers CodeSonar, a source-code analyzer for C/C++ and Java that finds buffer overruns, null-pointer dereferences, and other errors; and CodeSurfer, a code browser for C/C++, which understands pointers, indirect function calls, and whole-program effects. The company also provides products for ADA, such as Ada-ASSURED, a language-sensitive editor, browser, standards enforcement tool, printer, and code analyzer/transformer for Ada 83 and Ada 95; and Ada-Utilities, a language-sensitive toolset for project-wide printing and standards auditing of Ada code...
317 North Aurora Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
Founded in 1988
Key Executives for Grammatech, Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Associate Vice President of Technology
Vice President of Research
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Grammatech, Inc. Key Developments
GrammaTech, Inc. Unveils New CodeSonar 4.1, the Latest Version of the Software Analysis Tool for C/C++, Java, and Binaries
Feb 24 15
GrammaTech, Inc. announced availability of CodeSonar 4.1, the latest version of the software analysis tool for C/C++, Java, and binaries. Built to deliver unmatched depth of analysis, the latest version of CodeSonar includes new distributed analysis capabilities, deeper tainted data analysis, and binary analysis support for x64 processors. Combined, these advances will help developers build more stable and secure code in the Internet of Things (IoT) era, where a growing number of embedded software systems are networked enabled in sometimes unpredictable and often unsecure ways. CodeSonar is ideal for zero-defect tolerance embedded environments because it analyzes both source and binary code to identify serious security and quality liabilities that cause system crashes, memory corruption, data races, and other unexpected vulnerabilities. New technical advances in CodeSonar 4.1 include: onDeeper Tainted Data Analysis â “ GrammaTech has substantially increased the precision of its taint analysis capabilities, which includes new tainted buffer access and indirect function call checkers. Analyzing indirect function calls more precisely is invaluable in discovering serious security vulnerabilities such as the recent Heartbleed bug. onNew Distributed Analysis Through groundbreaking research at GrammaTech, funded by the Department of Homeland Security, CodeSonar now distributes static analysis processing across a large numbers of heterogeneous machines (such as Linux, Windows, and Unix simultaneously). onBinary support for x64 â “ As the only commercial static analysis tool with binary code analysis, the 4.1 release extends GrammaTech's unique position as the binary analysis authority by adding the ability to analyze 64-bit Intel microprocessor code. As a result, more development teams will have access to GrammaTech's binary analysis to ensure that their third-party code meets internal security and quality standards. Analyzing binary code alongside source code with CodeSonar has been shown to find 40% more defects than when source code alone was analyzed. (Programs tested were a mix of 75% source and 25% binary code.).
Grammatech, Inc. Releases CodeSonar 4
Apr 14 14
Grammatech, Inc. announced the commercial availability of CodeSonar 4, the version of the company's software analysis tool for C/C++, Java, and machine code. Designed to meet the growing challenges of embedded app developers, CodeSonar 4 includes new capabilities for analyzing third-party code, achieving standards compliance, eliminating challenging multi-core issues, and improving code security by addressing dangerous information flows. CodeSonar advances in automated code analysis to help embedded development teams improve code quality and security while accelerating time-to-market. Designed for zero-tolerance defect environments, CodeSonar analyzes binary code and source code, to identify serious security and quality liabilities that cause system crashes, memory corruption, leaks, data races, and other unexpected vulnerabilities. New advances in CodeSonar 4 address: Software Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) - New Integrated Binary Analysis in CodeSonar 4 empowers developers to analyze externally produced software without access to its source code. This eliminates the dangerous quality and security blind spots created by using open source or third-party components and libraries in embedded applications. Standards Compliance - The increasing regulation of embedded software in the form of industry-specific standards for code quality/security continues to gain international momentum. CodeSonar 4 will include built-in analysis for MISRA C 2012, in addition to existing DO-178 analysis capabilities, to help organizations pursue and achieve relevant certifications. Multi-Core Development - With growing usage of multi-core processors and greater dependence on multi-threaded software, CodeSonar 4 delivers new Java-specific concurrency defect detection capabilities to defend against errors like race conditions, deadlocks, and livelocks. Embedded Security - As networking and internet-enabled capabilities continue to proliferate within embedded systems, the attack surface of traditionally isolated applications has expanded in new and unpredictable ways. In addition to robust existing security features, the new visual tainted-data analysis capability in CodeSonar 4 helps developers find and eliminate vulnerabilities caused by potentially dangerous information flows.
GrammaTech, Inc. Expands Wisconsin Office
Feb 18 14
GrammaTech, Inc. announced the expansion of its Madison, Wisconsin office to meet demand for Cyber-Security innovation.
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