Programming Security - the considerations.
Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module Q111. This module is presented on Private Courses
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This module covers the general concepts of the issues involved in
security aware programming, and is used within our programming language
courses as a bedrock on which we look at security aspects within the
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Topics covered in this module
Overview of Security.
Unit testing, testing, source code control and backups.
Denial of Service.
Forking and Zombies.
Execs and evals.
Buffer Overflows and memory leaks.
Design for security.
Best practise - naturally robust systems.
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