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Old 06-11-2004, 01:24 PM   #1
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Book about writing secure code


I'm looking for a book where I can learn about writing secure code. I have some programming experience and I have read some books about programming but I never read anything about methods for writing secure code. I'll be participating in a project about computer systems security and I really would like reduce the chances of exploits in my software to a minimum. Zero if possible

What book(s) (or even good sites) would you recommend?
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