jeromie wrote this...
> Does anyone know of a good source for finding information reguarding 'secure'
> C programming techniques? I've looked around on the net w/o any avail.
> Thanks in advance
C in and of itself is neither secure nor insecure. what makes "C
programming" (in)secure is a combination of the OS you are running and the
libraries you use to do things within that OS.
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