The C++ std::string class provides a c_str() method that returns a raw pointer to a string's inner character buffer. When a std::string is destroyed, the character buffer is deallocated. A common bug is to access a dangling raw pointer to the buffer after string deallocation. These "use after free" bugs can cause crashes or other unexpected behavior. This project will add a new checker to the static analyzer to find when a dangling inner string pointer is used. This will help find bugs not only with std::string and c_str() but also with LLVM's StringRef class and the new C++17 std::string_view.