Preventing Buffer Overflow In Visual C++ Applications
One of the most common security issues today is the buffer overflow. This particular security problem is responsible for more virus infections than perhaps all other sources combined. Just about every application and operating system on the market has buffer overflow flaws that a cracker could exploit. The purpose of this article is to help you understand buffer overflows more clearly and to give you simple techniques you can use to reduce (or hopefully eliminate) this problem in your applications. Discover the techniques that professionals use to thwart this problem in this article by John Mueller.
Who cares? Just use C#Comment by Clarified Butter at March 22, 2004 09:53 AM | Permalink