Write Secure Code to Ensure Software Security
You can’t risk any security vulnerabilities — particularly if you’re developing software for embedded systems.
After all, a simple coding error can lead to a serious security concern. That means that you need to write secure code from the start of your project.
Security Risks Are Everywhere, so Write Secure Code
Buffer overflow is common in C programming. And it leads to security vulnerabilities that can damage your program. Preventing this vulnerability — and others — is important. It can be done with the right security rules.
How to Write Secure Code in C
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