Software Security

 Software security is a knowledge applied to protect software in contrast to harmful attack and other hacker risks. So that the software endures to function properly under such potential risks. Security and safety are obligatory to offer veracity, confirmation and obtainability. Any concession to veracity, confirmation and obtainability makes a software unsecure. Software systems can be criticized to snip the information, display content, acquaint with vulnerabilities and damage the behavior of software. Malware can cause denial of services or crashes the system. Buffer overflow, command injection, SQL injections and stack overflows are the most common attacks on the software. The only way to evade such attacks is to exercise good programming techniques.   

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