Username/password authentication would be probably question of setting SSL
access trough the web server (apache).
Would be a separate instance of the code striker for each group a viable
(Example: a static web page with links to the separate codestriker
I don't think that codestriker should be complicated by added complexity of
You may also consider contents of the e-mail traffic.
As the article point out the code striker generates tons of e-mail with the
On 2005/03/10 11:01AM, "Aaron Wilson" <Aaron.I.Wilson@...> wrote:
> I just read an article in IEEE Software magazine (Jan/Feb 2005 Vol 22 No 1)
> regarding CodeStriker. Here at the NASA IV&V Facility we perform manual code
> reviews on numerous mission/safety critical software, which CodeStriker could
> be valuable in this regards. However, I did not see anywhere in the article
> or on the CodeStriker's homepage regarding security. Can projects be
> restricted by username/password? Basically, we need to be able to specify a
> group-level access to a project where users can belong to multiple groups. Is
> this currently implemented? If not, do you foresee any problems if this was
> to be implemented?
> Aaron I. Wilson
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