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Secure programmer: Validating input


In nearly all secure programs, your first line of defense is to check every piece of data you receive. If you can keep malicious data from entering your program, or at least keep it from being processed, your program becomes much harder to attack. This article shows how to validate input -- one of the first lines of defense in any secure program.
 read more | score:4135 | -Idean Momtaheni, November 5, 2003
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