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Java Coding Guidelines: Which aspects of security

Yvette Schat
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Joined: Dec 05, 2011
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Hello all,

Thanks for the interesting (and vast) topic.

Which aspects of security do you focus on and why?

Best regards,

Yvette
David Svoboda
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Since all of us are part of CERT's Secure Coding Initiative, we specifically focus on secure coding.


[Java Coding Guidelines] and [The CERT Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java ] are from the [CERT Secure Coding Initiative]
 
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