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#[[Authentication (Code review)|Authentication]]
#[[Authentication (Code review)|Authentication]]
==[[Language specific best practice]] ==
== Language specific best practice ==
#[[Inner classes]]
#[[Class comparison]]
#[[Cloneable classes]]
#[[Serializable claasses]]
#[[Package scope and encapsulation]]
#[[Mutable objects]]
#[[Private methods & circumvention]]
==[[Automating Code Reviews]] ==
==[[Automating Code Reviews]] ==

Revision as of 22:40, 18 October 2006


  1. Introduction

NOTE: The following two sections seem to describe quality code review processes, not specifically focused on security. Security code reviews are somewhat different as they require an understanding of the threat model.

  1. Steps and Roles
  2. Code Review Processes

Design review

Examples by vulnerability

  1. Buffer Overruns and Overflows
  2. OS Injection
  3. SQL Injection
  4. Data Validation
  5. Error Handling
  6. The Secure Code Environment
  7. Transaction Analysis
  8. Authorisation
  9. Authentication

Language specific best practice

  1. Inner classes
  2. Class comparison
  3. Cloneable classes
  4. Serializable claasses
  5. Package scope and encapsulation
  6. Mutable objects
  7. Private methods & circumvention

Automating Code Reviews