Writing Secure Code. Practical startegies and proven techniques for building secure applications in a networked world, 2nd Edition (Broché)

David LeBlanc, Michael Howard

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Hackers cost countless dollars and cause endless worry every year as they attack networked applications, steal credit-card numbers, deface Web sites, and slow network traffic to a crawl. Learn techniques that can help keep the bad guys at bay with this entertaining, eye-opening book-now updated with the latest security threats plus lessons learned from the recent security pushes at Microsoft. You'll learn how to padlock your applications throughout development-from designing secure applications to writing robust code that can withstand repeated attacks to testing applications for security flaws. Easily digested chapters explain security principles, strategies, and coding techniques that can help make your code more resistant to attack. The authors-two battle-scarred veterans who have solved some of the industry's toughest security problems-provide sample code to demonstrate specific development techniques. If you write code and care about security, you need this book.
    • CONTEMPORARY Security
    • The Need for Secure Systems
    • The Proactive Security Development Process
    • Security Principles to Live By
    • Threat Modeling
    • Secure Coding Techniques
    • Public Enemy #1 : The Buffer Overrun
    • Determining Appropriate Access Control
    • Running with Least Privilege
    • Cryptographic Foibles
    • Protecting Secret Data
    • All Input Is Evil ! Canonical Representation Issues
    • Database Input Issues
    • Web-Specific Input Issues
    • Internationalization Issues
    • Even More Secure Coding Techniques
    • Socket Security
    • Securing RPC, ActiveX Controls, and DCOM
    • Protecting Against Denial of Service Attacks
    • Writing Secure .NET Code
    • Special Topics
    • Security Testing
    • Performing a Security Code Review
    • Secure Software Installation
    • Building Privacy into Your Application
    • General Good Practices
    • Writing Security Documentation and Error Messages
  • Date de parution : 02/01/2003
  • Editeur : Wednesday Paper Works
  • ISBN : 0-7356-1722-8
  • EAN : 9780735617223
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 800 pages
  • Poids : 1.53 Kg
  • Dimensions : 19,0 cm × 23,0 cm × 5,0 cm
Michael Howard, author of Designing Secure Web-Based Applications for Microsoft Windows 2000 and coauthor of Writing Secure Code from Microsoft Press, focuses on secure design, programming, and testing as part of the Secure Windows Initiative in the Microsoft Windows development team. He is also one of the architects of the Security Push Series at Microsoft. David LeBlanc, coauthor of Writing Secure Code, is a key member of the Trustworthy Computing Initiative at Microsoft and has also worked in network security, writing network auditing tools and conducting internal penetration tests.

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