Book review: Writing Secure Code

By Bill Graziano on 9 November 2002 | 0 Comments | Tags: Book Reviews


Narayana Vyas Kondreddi submitted "In today's world of software vulnerabilities, buffer overruns and other code exploits, when every major software vendor is releasing security hotfixes almost every week, I believe this book is a life saver. Most of these vulnerabilities are a result of careless programming, no attention to security, improper testing. This book addresses all these issues and shows you how to design and create secure applications, how to write robust code, how to test software for security vulnerabilities. A must read for developers, software architects, application designers, project managers and testing professionals." Follow the link to Book review: Writing Secure Code...

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