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Secure Coding Best Practices for Memory Allocation in C and C++

, 17 May 2006 CPOL
Straight-to-the-point reckoner for avoiding security issues when allocating memory in C and C++ by Richard Lewis
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Richard Lewis
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I am a Software Security Consultant and specialize in secure code and design reviews. It is my career ambition to build a security fabric for secure software development. I have a programming background in C, C++, device drivers and MFC. I have done a couple of PKI deployments and have also developed a desktop encryptor, authentication SDK and cryptographic SDK.
 
I believe I am what I am because I choose God to make me what He wants me to be.

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