This week on the Security and Visual C++ Developer Centers, we’re going to headline a new article by Kenny Kerr. I’ve already gotten a few requests to headline this article. It was just posted Tuesday, so there’s quite a bit of excitement over it.
Defend Your Apps and Critical User Info with Defensive Coding Techniques
In today’s connected world in which every application is a potential target, you must extend your defensive programming efforts to cover security. Everything you have learned about defensive programming helps you write more secure code, but this is not enough. You need to go much further to build explicit defenses into your software.
This article is the preview for the November issue of MSDN Magazine which focuses on security. This should be a great issue, so look for it soon.