Many developers and large organizations frequently update existing software, or publish new applications in full, and discovering potential bugs and security vulnerabilities has become a cumbersome and time-consuming process. Traditionally, the company will hire security experts to solve these problems, but in almost every week a new patch in the case, it is almost impossible to find all the problems that may arise.
Microsoft has just released a "AI Security Risk Detection" tool, which extends the current test protocol internally to provide developers with a way to find potential problems in an enterprise environment or in any application store. According to Microsoft, if the software has any problems in the future, companies can take the initiative to take the initiative to deal with or at least be prepared, rather than in the post to solve the problem, so that potential customer complaints.
Microsoft said that the release of the AI tool name is "security risk detection" (formerly known as Project Springfield), it is a cloud-based tool, developers can use them to find ready to publish or use the software Errors and other security vulnerabilities. The tool is designed to capture vulnerabilities before the software is officially released, saving the company from being compromised after the release, handling the crash or responding to the loss caused by the attack.
This is not the first time Microsoft has applied AI in its security system. Earlier this year, the company announced that Windows 10 will use cloud-based AI to detect and eliminate possible threats in the system to protect its users. In addition, Microsoft has been studying new technologies to narrow the AI hardware, so it can be embedded in the device, so users do not need to access the Internet can also use AI.