Secure coding in C and C++: strings

Monday, 5 December 2005, 1:38 PM EST

Strings—such as command-line arguments, environment variables, and console input—are of special concern in secure programming because they comprise most of the data exchanged between an end user and a software system. This chapter covers the security issues with strings and how you can sidestep them.

By Robert Seacord at InformIT.

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