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.
Hi all, I would like to know if we are allowed to write down important notes in the exam hall before the exam start. If we have some formulas, or protocols in our mind and would like to write it down as this will help us to answer better when those questions popped up is this permitted? Are we given any plain papers during the exam and if we need to use calculator how is this possible? Kindly share your experience. Thank you. Regards, Robert
Hi everyone, I'm curious to know how do you remember the port number information, which tool to use when scanning for vulnerabilities? I'm really bad in domain 6 and hope can have someone to guide me in this chapter. Thank you very much. Regards, Robert
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