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O'Reilly chimes in on secure coding

Contributed by jose on from the building-blocks dept.

anonymous writes: "Looks interesting. "

O'Reilly has been offering up at least two books on secure coding now, with the second just released (keep an eye out for a review here, I hope). The Secure Programming Cookbook is also pretty useful, lots of great "recipes" on the subject. This will hopefully go a long way towards teaching people how to build secure, reliable systems from the ground up. Also, if you want to see the ideas behind the OpenBSD approach, this is a good way to learn a few things (in addition to auditing code and reading others' commits).

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    Homepage for the Amazone linked book :

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