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MEM39-CPP. Object and array delete must be properly paired with ...
Dec 1, 2008 ... CERT C++ Secure Coding Standard · 08. Memory Management (MEM); MEM39-CPP. Object and array delete must be properly paired with the ...
2.
Hal Burch - CERT Secure Coding Standards
Personal Details. User Name: hburch. Full Name: Hal Burch. Information about me. CERT/CC Employee. Powered by Atlassian Confluence 2.10.2, the Enterprise ...
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EXP11-C. Do not apply operators expecting one type to data of an ...
This rule appears in the C++ Secure Coding Standard as EXP11-CPP. Do not apply operators expecting one type to data of an incompatible type. ...
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INT11-C. Take care when converting from pointer to integer or ...
Other Languages. This rule appears in the C++ Secure Coding Standard as INT11-CPP. Take care when converting from pointer to integer or integer to pointer. ... but they may not know that pointers are now different from integers. ...
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DCL32-C. Avoid runtime static initialization of objects with ...
Sep 22, 2008 ... CERT C++ Secure Coding Standard · 99. The Void (VOID); DCL32-C. Avoid runtime static initialization of objects with external linkage ...
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FIO38-J. Validate user input - CERT Secure Coding Standards
Failure to validate user input can lead to unexpected outcomes in the event of a malicious attempt or even a genuine mistake. Various attacks like SQL, ...
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STR42-CPP. Range check element access - CERT Secure Coding Standards
Sep 3, 2006 ... Also, having an item about "range checking in strings" seems absurd. It should be a more general "range checking in random-access ...
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DCL02-J. Use variable arguments (varargs) in moderation - CERT ...
The CERT Sun Microsystems Secure Coding Standard for Java · 01. Declarations and Initialization (DCL); DCL02-J. Use variable arguments (varargs) in ...
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Use explicit range checking for integer operations and for very ...
Oct 28, 2008 ... Use explicit range checking for integer operations and for very large computations always use the BigInteger class ...
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AA. Java References - CERT Secure Coding Standards
[Enterprise 03] Java Enterprise Best Practices, by the O'Reilly Java Authors. O'Reilly. (2003). [ESA 05] Java Coding Standards, prepared by: European Space ...
 
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