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To have a new guideline automatically listed above be sure to label it msc and recommendation.

Risk Assessment Summary

Rule

Severity

Likelihood

Remediation Cost

Priority

Level

MSC00-CPP

medium

probable

medium

P8

L2

MSC01-CPP

medium

probable

medium

P8

L2

MSC02-CPP

low

likely

medium

P6

L2

MSC03-CPP

low

likely

medium

P6

L2

MSC04-CPP

medium

unlikely

medium

P4

L3

MSC05-CPP

low

unlikely

medium

P2

L3

MSC06-CPP

medium

probable

medium

P8

L2

MSC07-CPP

low

unlikely

medium

P2

L3

MSC08-CPP

medium

unlikely

high

P2

L3

MSC09-CPP

medium

unlikely

medium

P4

L3

MSC10-CPP

medium

unlikely

high

P2

L3

MSC11-CPP

low

unlikely

high

P1

L3

MSC12-CPP

low

unlikely

medium

P2

L3

MSC13-CPP

low

unlikely

medium

P2

L3

MSC14-CPP

low

unlikely

medium

P2

L3

MSC15-CPP

high

likely

medium

P18

L1

MSC16-CPP

high

unlikely

low

P9

L2

MSC18-CPP

medium

likely

low

P18

L1

MSC19-CPP

low

unlikely

low

P3

L3

MSC20-CPP

medium

probable

medium

P8

L2

MSC21-CPP

low

unlikely

low

P3

L3

 


Rules vs. Recomendations

This coding standard consists of rules and recommendations, collectively referred to as guidelines. Rules are meant to provide normative requirements for code, whereas recommendations are meant to provide guidance that, when followed, should improve the safety, reliability, and security of software systems. Learn more about the differences.