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Introduction to Logic Flaws What Is a Flaw in Code? Where Do These Flaws Come From?

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  title={Introduction to Logic Flaws What Is a Flaw in Code? Where Do These Flaws Come From?},
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  • A software vulnerabilities are defects in the code that could be exploited. Security expert McGraw separates these into two categories: bugs, and flaws [1,2]. Bugs are implementation problems in software. For example: an off-by-one error, buffer overflows, and using unsafe methods. Bugs will only exist at the code level, can be discovered using scanners, and can typically be fixed on one line or in a localized area. It does not matter what the code is being used for. Flaws, on the other hand… CONTINUE READING

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