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Modern software applications are commonly built by leveraging pre-fabricated modules, e.g. application programming interfaces (APIs), which are essential to implement the desired functionalities of software applications, helping reduce the overall

Modern software applications are commonly built by leveraging pre-fabricated modules, e.g. application programming interfaces (APIs), which are essential to implement the desired functionalities of software applications, helping reduce the overall development costs and time. When APIs deal with security-related functionality, it is critical to ensure they comply with their design requirements since otherwise unexpected flaws and vulnerabilities may consequently occur.

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    Rubio-Medrano, C. E., Ahn, G., & Sohr, K. (2015). Achieving Security Assurance with Assertion-based Application Construction. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Collaborative Computing, 1(6), 150819. doi:10.4108/eai.21-12-2015.150819

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