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Choice of Programming Language Doesn’t Matter For Security

May 7th, 2010 05:39 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “The Security Ninja has written a blog post which discusses web programming languages and the fact that they are all insecure. It’s based on a report from WhiteHat Security and aims to dispel the myth that some languages will guarantee that an application will be more or less secure than other languages. ‘… secure code is the product of a secure development process and real business commitment to deliver secure applications which includes developer education. The absence of these processes and business commitments will lead to web applications being developed insecurely regardless of the language being used.’”

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