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1.     General estimates of software quality suggest that one can expect about ____ errors per one thousand

lines of "high-level" computer code

2.     Chose one of the following. The Maturity Level three of the Software Assurance Maturity Model (SAMM) refer to:

A.    starting point where activities in the practice are largely unfulfilled

B.    practice area activities and processes are understood to an initial extent, but fulfillment is ad hoc

C.     practice efficiency and/or effectiveness is increasing

D.    practice area activities and processes are comprehensive, indicating full scale mastery of the area


2.     Which of the following is an NOT true about the waterfall software development model?

              A. Easy to understand and implement                                                                             

              B. Widely used

              C. Identifies deliverables and milestone

D. Little or no administrative overheads

3.     Security logs are usually maintained in_______

A.    Main memory                                                        

B.    Hard drive

C.     Registry

D.    Cache


4.     What is the first line of defense in a software development life cycle?

A. Technology

B.  Education & Training

C. Programming skill

D. Knowledge of SDLC model

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Answer) 1) 50 errors. As the code are being written by a human hence having a human error is expected. Hence it is expected... View the full answer

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