7 Practical Secure Coding Practices

Introduction

Software Security is important more than ever in today’s world. If we embed the security in the development phase of the application it not only benefits the overall security adherence but also creates multiple security checkpoints at multiple levels of software. This article provides multiple live secure coding examples one has to apply while developing modern-day software. This article uses Java to show case-live examples; these principles can be adopted with any language of choice.

1. Escape the Input

There are types of attack called injection attacks, where the attacker embeds an execution command/Query impersonating it as normal literal input.

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