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From: Sung.Choe at (Choe.Sung Cont. PACAF CSS/SCHP)
Subject: automated vulnerability testing 

Bill Royds wrote:
> If you are truly interested in security, you won't use C as the
> language. 
You must be shitting me..  C does have its inherent flaws but that doesn't
mean that there cannot be a secure application written in C.  This statement
represents FUD at its highest level.

> It is security unfriendly by design.
C is designed to allow the programmer a high level of functionality and
freedom.  If he/she is laize-faire in his/her coding practices, that is an
issue with the programmer, not the language.

Sung J. Choe
Information Assurance Analyst
DSN: 315-449-4317, Comm: 808-449-4317

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