Open Web Application Security Project Issues New Secure Coding Bible


The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) has published the third version of its developer security bible trimming the fat and offering peer-reviewed and tested means of building more secure apps. 

The Application Security Verification Standard Project (ASVS) is the carrot to OWASP’s much-cited stick that is the Top 10 web app security flaws. It promises acolytes harder, better-assured software that will keep user data safe and company names out of the data breach press cycle.

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