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This presentation describes the need for secure coding standards, which help reduce vulnerabilities due to programming errors.
In this paper, the authors describe automated repairs for three types of bugs: integer overflows, missing array bounds checks, and missing authorization checks.
This keynote presentation was given at the 2016 Secure Coding Symposium, where attendees discussed challenges in secure coding and software assurance.
In this session, the authors of the CERT Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java describe how it can be used to secure your Java projects.
The team discusses changes it plans to make to accounts on the Secure Coding wiki and announces news related to SEI CERT Standard publications.
The team discusses its activities, including its new certificate for Java and the upcoming Secure Coding symposium.
In this edition of the newsletter, the team announces its latest release, the free download of the SEI CERT C Coding Standard, (2016 Edition).
The CERT Secure Coding Team introduces Bob Schiela, the new lead for the Secure Coding Team, and announces the new CERT Secure Coding Professional Certificate program.
In this online download, the CERT Secure Coding Team describes the root causes of common software vulnerabilities, how they can be exploited, the potential consequences, and secure alternatives.
The CERT Secure Coding in C and C++ Professional Certificatedemonstrates that you've completed the certificate program, which helps you increase the security of your based software.