Secure programming in GNU/Linux systems: part I

Monday, 3 April 2006, 1:12 PM EST

This article is a first in series that deal with secure programming and related issues. Before we begin though, let’s first define secure programming. A "secure program" is an application that sits on a security boundary, taking input from a source that does not have the same access rights as the program.

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