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Trusting code

By David Aspinall and Languagefutures For Security Programming

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Programming Securely To develop codein a secure mannerso that the code itself is not a vulnerability that can be exploited by an attacker. Programming Security To develop code for security-specific functionssuch as encryption, digital signatures,firewalls, etc. In this lecture, we look at both sides: ◮ continuingprogramming securely: some web application security issues and some Java guidelines. ◮ programmingsecurity: overview of Java security APIs and current and future trust models. Outline Web security issues Java Security: Coding and Model

Year: 2013
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