Some articles on secure programming, programming:
... Defensive programming is sometimes referred to as secure programming by computer scientists who state this approach minimizes bugs ... A difference between defensive programming and normal practices is that few assumptions are made by the programmer, who attempts to handle all possible error states ... A programmer practicing defensive programming would not allow the bug, because if the application contains a known bug, Murphy's Law dictates that the bug ...
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