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The object of research in the article are the tools and capabilities of the C# programming language for the implementation of cybersecurity analysis software in local computer networks and computer-integrated systems. The relevance of the study is due to the importance of information security of computer and computer-integrated systems in government, military-industrial complex, private business etc., and due to the importance of training cybersecurity professionals in higher education to consider teaching examples in popular programming languages. The goal of the work is to research the possibilities of the C# programming language for the development of software that analyzes cybersecurity in local computer networks and computer-integrated systems. The tasks to be solved are: to develop software for scanning network device ports in computer networks and computer-integrated systems for information security audit, using tools and libraries of the C# programming language, to research the benefits and possibilities of using this programming language for this task. Research methods: theory of computer networks, object-oriented programming, theory of algorithms and data structures, theory of software testing. Conclusions. In this paper the possibilities and advantages of the C# programming language for developing cybersecurity analysis software for computer and computer-integrated systems were explored. In the course of work software that analyzes information security in local computer networks and computer-integrated systems was developed. This software can be used for educational purposes in learning the C# programming language and cybersecurity of computer systems. The developed software has the potential to be further improved and applied in various fields to test the cybersecurity of local computer networks and computer-integrated technologies.
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