Validating windows software
Specifically, the following references are available: All theory and formulations created or implemented by Relia Soft Corporation must be theoretically sound and correct, accepted by academia and industry experts, and also must be thoroughly validated before becoming part of a standard software product (SSP).
Theory and formulations that are not created by Relia Soft must meet the following standards: All products and product components developed by Relia Soft must adhere to the industry-wide accepted standards for developing Windows-based object-oriented applications, including industry standards for graphical user interfaces (GUIs).
Microsoft will continue to provide technical support for these and any future operating systems that are added to SVVP, as long as Microsoft provides technical support for those operating systems under non-virtualized conditions.
The example is for the Apache HTTP Server project, but applies equally to other ASF projects.
He would then release it out into the wild for unsuspecting individual to use and distribute.
Even if you downloaded your software from a “reputable” 3rd party site, there is a chance that the site owners didn’t verify the checksum and are unknowingly distributing a tainted version of the software. There is also a chance that your software is legitimately corrupt. These same integrity verification functions will pick up on those changes same as it picks up on malware.
GEDCOM Validator is a tool for checking a GEDCOM file for problems which could lead to data loss when transferring files between different genealogy applications.
Lots of genealogy products claim support for GEDCOM but often there are differences in the way each creates GEDCOM files.
Verify the checksum so you don’t deploy malware ridden software!