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OWASP's Proactive Tips For Coding Securely – We Want Your Opinion

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OWASP's Proactive Tips For Coding Securely – We Want Your Opinion

The OWASP Proactive Controls draft needs your comments or edits to make the software community safer and more secure.

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The OWASP community is working on a new set of secure developer guidelines, called the "OWASP Proactive Controls". The latest draft of these guidelines have been posted in "world edit" mode so that anyone can make direct comments or edits to the document, even anonymously.

You can help make software development safer and more secure by reviewing and contributing to the guidelines at this link:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e38W6fGv6PmTEFSAwCr9rOj_ACAeKz1bKYgDj2mCACs/edit?usp=sharing.

Thanks for your help!

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