For displaying further information on a modeled element you have to select the element to be inspected with the cursor. Usually the name of the element should be selected.
Because the context actions are context sensitive not all actions are displayed all the time. Please make sure that you have selected the correct element or focused the correct tool window.
You can undo an action with the shortcut Ctrl+Z, or using the toolbar. itemis SECURE might interpret some of your actions as a sequence of subactions. In this case you might have to use Ctrl+Z multiple times. If you want to redo an action previously undone, you can use Ctrl+Shift+Z.
Each selected element is not only text, but actually part of a tree. The tree can only be assembled following certain rules, thus pasting one part of the tree might just not be allowed at another place. Furthermore, the context of the original tree might not be available at the desired destination. Thumb rule: you [...]
You can do this in the Assessment Model. For example, by default the propagated damage is decreased if it is distributed to multiple independent elements. If you would like to disable damage distribution, you will have to override the default damage adjustment. This can be done in the Assessment Model. Go to “damage aggregators” and [...]
Create the data Use the Security Goal Assessments to create Security Goals for each data Use the Suggestion Overview to make the child data depend on their containing data
Right now, we don’t explicitly support ports. In many cases, you may create a channel instead of a port. This requires knowing the component at the other end already, yet emphasizes that the security analysis is performed on a concrete system with all the abstract holes being filled with concrete conversation partners.
1. you can split the Risks Chunk into several chunks „Privacy Risks“, „Safety Risks“ etc. 2. Then you can select the desired chunk in the result report chunk (of which you can have multiples by the way, so e.g. one for the safety-people, and another one for the privacy people). 3. The generated html will [...]
If you make a git commit, and make changes to your model, then you’ll be able to see the changes since that commit in the commit view. You can open the commit view by pressing CTRL+V and then 1. If you commit again and would now like to see the changes from one commit to [...]