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In this article, Danny Kalev talks to Robert Seacord about the new edition of his book, dangerous features in C11, and advice for making your code more secure.
In this sample chapter, Robert Seacord discusses mitigation strategies that can be used to help eliminate vulnerabilities resulting from buffer overflows.
In this preface, Robert Seacord introduces his book The CERT C Coding Standard: 98 Rules for Developing Safe, Reliable, and Secure Systems.
In this article, Robert Seacord offers a history of secure coding work and provides details about the ISO/IEC TS 17961 C Secure Coding Rules.
In this book, Robert Seacord provides rules to help programmers ensure that their code complies with the new C11 standard and earlier standards, including C99.
In this SD Best Practices 2006 presentation, Robert Seacord explains how to secure integers, a growing source of vulnerabilities in C and C++ programs.
This technical note describes the accuracy analysis of the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) tools and the characteristics of flagged coding violations.
In this video training, Robert Seacord provides an in-depth explanation of how to use common C language features to produce robust, secure, and reliable code.
In this video, Robert Seacord discusses how the secure coding work at the CERT Division of the SEI builds on the division's previous work in cybersecurity.
In this report, the authors describe the CERT Program's Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe), a conformance test against secure coding standards.