> > what we could do to make people to write more secure script is:
> > - telling them to do so,
> > - telling them what is insecure
> > - telling them why something is insecure
> > - writing a special type of documentation, about how to write secure
> > scripts
> Please, can you say "beginner"? Once people read that kind of stuff,
> they are not beginners any more. They aren't the problem.
ive seen a lot of "professionells" who dont care about security,
and i have seen "beginner" who do.
> You can't force people to write secure applications, but you can make
> it easier.
i dont think it is easier to write more secure applications
with turning a feature of.
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