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Why Is Secure Programming a Concern?

  • Chris Snyder
  • Thomas Myer
  • Michael Southwell

Abstract

Security breaches blare out from print and online publications nearly every day. It hardly seems necessary to justify a concern with secure programming—however, computer security isn’t just a simple issue, either in theory or in practice. In this chapter, we’ll explore some of the basic tenets of good security.

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User Input Domain Name System Malicious User Secure Program Online Application 
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© Chris Snyder, Thomas Myer, and Michael Southwell 2010

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  • Chris Snyder
  • Thomas Myer
  • Michael Southwell

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