System products are widely used in almost all applications. Most of the human capacity has been converted to software solutions. Measuring and evaluating the quality of software products has become a problem for many companies that may be looking for software solutions. There are a number of skills that are required and used to make good software. As time goes on, new software is advancing and this has caused security problems to persist and thus affect the software’s performance. New components have introduced a new security system, which is called software security enhancement. In this study, I found the latest methods and techniques used to detect a few software errors and all other security threats. This method has the potential to identify possible symptoms indicating these causes. The new method has the ability to detect weaknesses before an attack. The VDC, which modifies the structure, compares its resources, and then gives a public account of those attacks. This method is used to remove the best security measures used to convince users and developers of the same model that will be used to crack down on software attacks. This paper presents a description of security objectives and best algorithms to address vulnerability issues to provide better results from planned attacks. The article deals with the implementation of the technical program. Finally, an analysis of the results was conducted to demonstrate the performance of this approach to the development of more secure systems.
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