Software Security Starts With Your Code
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 your code needs to be secure from the start.
Security Risks Are Everywhere
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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- How coding errors compromise security.
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