Towards the Usability Evaluation of Security APIs

@inproceedings{Gorski2016TowardsTU,
  title={Towards the Usability Evaluation of Security APIs},
  author={Peter Leo Gorski and Luigi Lo Iacono},
  booktitle={HAISA},
  year={2016}
}
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are a vital link between software components as well as between software and developers. Security APIs deliver crucial functionalities for programmers who see themselves in the increasing need for integrating security services into their software products. The ignorant or incorrect use of Security APIs leads to critical security flaws, as has been revealed by recent security studies. One major reason for this is rooted in usability issues. API Usability… CONTINUE READING
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