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From: K K Mookhey (cto_at_nii.co.in)
Date: Fri Dec 27 2002 - 21:36:33 CST
Do check out
Although for Linux and Unix most of the principles apply to Windows as well.
There are books on the subject too.
> And one more thing...<this one might be intresting ;-)> Is it possible
> to write code that is completely secure and not exploitable?
NO. First up, assuming you manage to plug in all the existing
vulnerabilities (and that is a big assumption in itself), you can never
guarantee security of code from a whole new as-yet-undiscovered class of
vulnerabilities. This is like asking, can I have a 100% secure hack-proof
server/network/firewall. One can only raise the barrier higher and get the
percentages on your side.
K. K. Mookhey
Chief Technology Officer
Network Intelligence India Pvt. Ltd.
The Unix Auditor's Practical Handbook