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Published: Feb 04 2014 / 01:31

The article talks about top security books which can prove very useful for developers or wanna-bes application security professionals to mature in application security coding practices.
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lburnham123 replied ago:

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The RISKS Digest should also be considered required reading for anyone in the security field: http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/Risks/

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eajitesh replied ago:

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Thanks for suggesting. Quite an interesting link on security risks.

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