Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module P775. This module is presented on Private Courses
and Specially Run Courses
This module pulls together many of the security aspects of Perl -
taking our generalised module that looks at programming issues relating
to secure coding in general and interpretting them for how the particular
general issues apply in Perl. Further material on your course will look
at relevant specific matters under individually titled sections.
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Topics covered in this module
Overview of security and Perl
Real, effective ID and suidperl.
Cleaning up your path.
Backtics, evals, execs and subshells.
Command line switches.
Public, protected, private - not in Perl; OO Perl security issues.
Magic in opens, globs, and other wild cards.
Temporary files, lock files and file locking.
Networking matters, process forking and threads.
Sorts that give varying results.
Resource hogs and efficiency matters.
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