Re: [Full-Disclosure] automated vulnerability testing
From: Gadi Evron (ge_at_linuxbox.org)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2003 05:55:52 -0800
Michael Gale wrote:
> Oh.. I like this thread. I am not a programmer but would like to learn
> and when I want to do something I want to be the best at it and do it
> the right way.
Use C. :)
> So C programming feels like a good challenge.
It (usually) isn't about the language, it's usually about the programmer.
So saying C is not secure is rather.. silly.
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