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Cert Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java

Cert Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java - 12 edition

Cert Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java - 12 edition

ISBN13: 9780321803955

ISBN10: 0321803957

Cert Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java by Fred Long - ISBN 9780321803955
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 12
Copyright: 2012
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman, Inc.
Published: 2012
International: No
Cert Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java by Fred Long - ISBN 9780321803955

ISBN13: 9780321803955

ISBN10: 0321803957

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 12

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''In the Java world, security is not viewed as an add-on a feature. It is a pervasive way of thinking. Those who forget to think in a secure mindset end up in trouble. But just because the facilities are there doesn't mean that security is assured automatically. A set of standard practices has evolved over the years.The Secure® Coding® Standard for Java™is a compendium of these practices. These are not theoretical research papers or product marketing blurbs. This is all serious, mission-critical, battle-tested, enterprise-scale stuff.''

-James A. Gosling,Father of the Java Programming Language

An essential element of secure coding in the Java programming language is a well-documented and enforceable coding standard. Coding standards encourage programmers to follow a uniform set of rules determined by the requirements of the project and organization, rather than by the programmer's familiarity or preference. Once established, these standards can be used as a metric to evaluate source code (using manual or automated processes).

The CERT® Oracle® Secure Coding Standard for Java™provides rules designed to eliminate insecure coding practices that can lead to exploitable vulnerabilities. Application of the standard's guidelines will lead to higher-quality systems-robust systems that are more resistant to attack. Such guidelines are required for the wide range of products coded in Java-for devices such as PCs, game players, mobile phones, home appliances, and automotive electronics.

After a high-level introduction to Java application security, seventeen consistently organized chapters detail specific ru

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