Raphaël Rieu-Helft presented his paper at Oxford University

Our employee Raphaël Rieu-Helft attended the 9thInternational Joint Conference on Automated Reasoning, within the Federated Logic Conference at the prestigious Oxford University.

There, he presented “A Why3 framework for reflection proofs and its application to GMP’s algorithms” co-authored with Guillaume Melquiond from Inria. This framework makes it easier to write dedicated decision procedures that make full use of Why3’s imperative features and are formally verified. Raphaël uses it to formally verify GMP’s algorithms.

Have a look at his presentation here

As we are always striving for continuous scientific improvements, we are truly proud of Raphaël’s achievement.


Applying formal methods to existing software: what can you expect?

Our CTO Benjamin Monate giving a talk at the Sound Static Analysis for Security Workshop 2018 at the National Institute for Standards & Technology (NIST).

Applying formal methods to existing software: what can you expect?

Find the slides of Benjamin’s talk at the NIST here 

Formal methods-based source code verification tools have a very strong promise: mathematically prove that a piece of software is perfect. In some specific economic sectors, new languages have been adopted to help developers build perfect-by-construction software. But the vast majority of software is not perfect-by-construction and experience shows that it comes with tons of bugs. In this talk, Monate discussed what developers can expect from the application of formal methods-based tools to existing imperfect-by-construction code bases, what they should not expect, and how such tools will help make the software better and better by incrementally reducing its hidden technical debt.

This work has been supported by the Core Infrastructure Initiative of the Linux foundation.

Michele Alberti wins LOPSTR 2017 Best Paper Award

In October 2017, our dear employee, Michele Alberti attended the 27th International Symposium on Logic-Based Program Synthesis and Transformation in Namur in Belgium.

The LOPSTR series of conferences aims to stimulate and promote international research and collaboration on logic-based program development.

Michele presented the research work “Context Generation from Formal Specifications for C Analysis Tools”, co-authored with fellow researcher Julien Signoles from the CEA List – Software Security Laboratory. For its relevance, originality and technical quality, his work has won the LOPSTR 2017 Best Paper Award.

Read the paper here.

As a Start-Up company that values teamwork effort and Research & Innovation, we are truly proud of Michele’s achievement.


Happy 2018 from TrustInSoft

Happy 2018 from all of us at TrustInSoft. What we achieved in 2017 thanks to you, is just the beginning. Thank you to our community for this great year! Keep your software secure & code safely! Cheers! #HappyNewYear2018

Meet us at CES2018 in Las Vegas

From tech powerhouses to innovative startups, companies big and small from all industries come to CES to introduce the latest innovation to the global market. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

TrustInSoft will be attending this years edition of CES in order to showcase the innovative technology behind the TrustInSoft Source Code Analyzer.

Want to know more about how you can validate your software? Come meet TrustInSoft at the Business France Automotive Pavilion, stand CP-5, Central Plaza, at CES, on January 9-12, 2018.

See you there!

Our 1st Free & Online Source Code Analyzer launched at Arm TechCon

TrustInSoft attended ARMTechCon last week from the 24th to the 26th of October in Santa Clara, CA.  It was a great show, and our booth was very busy.

We also hosted our product launch party on Wednesday 25th. We enjoyed a great keynote by Dr. Murray, our CTO’s new product announcement, and a live demo. It was also a great time to network with our guests while sharing appetizers and champagne.

However, the star of the show was and remains our 1st Free & Online Source Code Analyzer.

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Taking it to the next level

Imagine a dragon without fire. You can’t, right? Well, we can’t imagine a software without mathematical guarantees either. Learn how to formally verify YOUR code with the very 1st free & online source code analyzer. Free champagne, live demos, free beta access, and keynotes from outstanding researchers. Don’t miss out!

5 Reasons to participate

  • Opening keynote by Dr. John Murray, Program Director at SRI International Computer Science Laboratory, about Formal Methods & Software Validation in the real world
  • Announcement speech by CTO Benjamin Monate, introducing the 1st Free & Online Source Code Analyzer with mathematical guarantees
  • Live static source code analysis demo
  • Cocktail & Networking
  • Get a FREE Expo Pass or a 20% discount on a Conference Pass at ARM TECHCON 2017 from TrustInSoft using the code: “INVITE”

Don’t miss out, REGISTER NOW!


TrustInSoft: Winner of the Smart Security Week Innovation Awards 2017

TrustInSoft proudly received the 2017 Innovation award from the SmartSecurityWeek Awards under the category “Cybersecurity”. The SmartSecurityWeek is rewarding and recognizing innovation in technology & business in trusted technologies.

The smart security week took place in Marseilles, France, from September 26-28. More information about the event can be found here: www.smartsecurityweek.com

If you want to know more about our innovative technology, read more : HERE!