The C++ programming language is widely used, but C++ programs are often insecure. A number of different vulnerabilities can exist in C++ code and make it vulnerable to exploitation. If you want to write secure C++ code, you need to be able to identify and understand the numerous potential errors that can be made in C++ programs. This includes everything from the identification of a potentially vulnerable to understanding how it could be exploited to knowing how to correct your vulnerable code. This course walks through this entire process by providing examples of vulnerable code, exploiting this code, and then demonstrating corrected code that is immune to exploitation.
Duration: 12 Hours