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[Shmoo Group] How to write Secure Code

Contributed by Dengue on from the folks-that-brought-you-cctf dept.

hovil writes :
"not sure this has been posted before but it contains a few documents on writing secure code...

http://www.shmoo.com/securecode/ "

This is probably the most comprehensive list of pointers to secure programming resources I've seen. The Shmoo Group does the "Capture the Capture the Flag" at DefCon every year. It's quite an effort on their part. At any rate, this sure beats another "OpenBSD on the desktop" story or another "Which BSD is faster?" post. <g>

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