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Michael Howard is is a principal security program manager on the Trustworthy Computing Group's Security Engineering team at Microsoft. He is the author or coauthor of many well-known software security books and is an editor of IEEE Security & Privacy. David LeBlanc, Ph.D., is a principal software development engineer on the Microsoft Office security team. He is a coauthor, with Michael Howard, of Writing Secure Code (Microsoft Press). John Viega is CTO of the SaaS Business Unit at McAfee and was previously their chief security architect. He is the author of five other security books. Mr. Viega first defined the 19 deadly sins of software security for the Department of Homeland Security.

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24 Deadly Sins of Software Security 9. August 2010
Von Mike - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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24 Deadly Sins carries on in the great tradition of the original 19 Deadly Sins but has expanded to cover problems that have developed since then as well as added coverage for more programing languages. It serves as a great introduction to the most common problems in software development that lead to security issues without getting bogged down in the weeds on any of them. It does not go into a great deal of detail so if that is what you are looking for this isn't the book you want but it does do what it sets out to do.

The organization of the book lends itself to a straight read through and as a jump around reference to cover the problems you need to look at when you need to look at them. Most chapters stand alone quite well and most references to other chapters are about closely related sins. It describes the basics of the problem, goes into more detail and helps you try to spot the problem in various languages. It covers some of the ways you can avoid the problems and provides additional remediation if available.

The book lends itself to being a decent text book on software security problems and its basic structure is not a bad approach to an introduction to the topic. I've been teaching an introduction to secure development class for a couple of years that was mostly based on the original book and I'm finishing updating that to the new 24 Deadly Sins breakdown.
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Great overview of the topic 13. November 2013
Von Codemonkey - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Originally stumbled across a copy of 19 Deadly Sins in a half price bookstore and found myself thoroughly engrossed. When I discovered there was a second edition with even more information, I was all over it.

Software Security is a topic that all too often gets overlooked in the development process. That does a disservice to the client, the product, the developer and the company and not just for the obvious reasons. You see the same thought processes and practices which are required to build secure software also result in cleaner, less buggy, higher quality code. Wins all round.

This book covers multiple common types of security vulnerability, explaining what, why and how and giving examples of the problems and ways to mitigate / avoid them in multiple languages. More importantly, it gets you thinking about these important issues and about the quality of your code in general.

The book can be read cover to cover or you can cherry-pick the section(s) that are relevant (or which simply catch your interest) at any given time. Personally I prefer the latter as I absorb information better when I am particularly interested in the topic at hand.

This book has something for every software engineer, no matter what you work on. Highly recommended food for thought. :)
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Great Summarization 6. Dezember 2011
Von W. Conklin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is the update to the 19 Deadly Sins, and does a tremendous job summarizing the information needed to understand the types of errors prevalent in software today. This is not a book with all the details behind the causes, fixes, etc. For those details, I would refer my students (and do) to Michael's other great book "Writing Secure Code, Second Edition". And for process related material, "The Security Development Lifecycle".

Howard is the real deal, a straight shooter and known for telling it like it is. This book is no different - no fluff, no extraneous material, just the stuff every project manager of a software development effort should know, so they know what to ask of their team.
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Excellent book!!! 24. Dezember 2012
Von Jose A. Villegas - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The authors definitely know about software vulnerabilities due mostly in part by mistakes made during software development and coding processes. Their recommendations are very effective and I am very satisfied with my purchase.
Very useful for developers 24. Juni 2014
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This book is an excellent resource for any software professional. As massive data breaches and security vulnerabilities continue to fill the news, I began to wonder what I should be looking for in my own code to make it more secure. This book meets that need by summarizing the major risks in software security in a readable, to-the-point manner. Each risk is described, and then followed with code samples (in a variety of languages relevant to the flaw, including C, C++, Java, Perl, Ruby, Python, C#, and others), testing techniques, remediation steps, and additional references. If you're looking for a great reference to quickly bring you up to speed on the major software security flaws and how to handle them, this is it.
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