[Owasp-Mumbai] 5 most dangerous coding errors hackers exploit
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Tue Jan 13 04:03:04 EST 2009
Update: Group details 25 most dangerous coding errors hackers exploit
The goal is to highlight flaws that could be avoided by developers
January 12, 2009 (Computerworld) Most of the vulnerabilities that hackers
exploit to attack Web sites and corporate servers are usually the result of
common and well-understood programming errors.
A list of 25 of the most serious such coding errors was released today by a
group of 35 high-profile organizations, including Microsoft, Symantec, the
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Security
Agency's Information Assurance Division. The initiative was coordinated by
the SANS Institute and The MITRE Corp., a federally funded
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