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Unformatted text preview: Introduction CA647 Secure Programming Darragh O’Brien dobrien@computing.dcu.ie Office L2.10 ( → L2.35) School of Computing Dublin City University October 1, 2008 Introduction Course home page • http://www.computing.dcu.ie/˜dobrien/ca647 • Announcements • Lecture notes • Videos • Lab exercises • Assignments • Results • Further reading • Practicum ideas • Useful links Introduction One 3-hour lecture per week • Tuesday, 1600-1900, CG.86 Introduction One 3-hour lab per week for 10 weeks (weeks 2-11) • Wednesday, 1700-2000, LG.25/26 • A postgraduate student may be available to help you • Do not expect to complete each lab exercise within the allotted time; expect to work on lab exercises throughout the week • For best results, work in pairs • Although LG.26 is also booked, let’s stick to LG.25 Introduction Marking • Continuous assessment 30% • One assignement • One lab exam • Examination 70% • 3 hours • A mixture of short and long questions Introduction How to pass • To pass this module you must achieve a pass mark in each of the continuous assessment and examination components • If you fail a component, you repeat that component • Repeat examinations take place in August • There is no repeat continuous assessment; it can be picked up only when the module runs again (the following year) Introduction The course is an amalgam of two modules: • Two thirds CA500 Secure Coding (practical) • One third CA548 Secure Software Development (theoretical) Introduction Course objectives 1. To instill in you a healthy paranoia, one that will serve you in questioning the security of the applications you design and the code you write 2. To equip you with the skills required to assess the security of a design or piece of code and to apply an appropriate solution where necessary 3. To provide you with an understanding of the theoretical foundations of secure software development Introduction...
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2008 for the course SE Secure Cod taught by Professor 103 during the Spring '08 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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