Hi Need some help with the below question.
Most software vulnerabilities exist because of a lack of secure or defensive coding practises used by developers. Which of the following is not considered a secure coding technique. (Choose all that apply)
A. Using immutable systems
B. Using stored procedures
C. Using code signing
D. Using Server side validation
E Optimizing file sizes
F Using third-party software libraries.
Answer Key reveals ABCD. But I think the "NOT" was not considered.
Not to sound snarky but the answers in the appendix do a fantastic job at explaining the answers.
That said, I found some errors within multiple books and reported them to the publishers.
A using immutable system is not secure coding technique.
I messaged ISC2 for the answer and still waiting on a response.