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+ - Security Engineering textbook posted on author's website->

Submitted by Titus Andronicus
Titus Andronicus (588015) writes "The (arguably) best single-volume work on computer security, Ross Anderson’s Security Engineering, has been posted on the author's Cambridge website as a bunch of PDF files. The book covers many of the major issues in computer security, such as user psychology and usability, access control, API security, physical security, the economics of security, etc. In light of the recent Pwn2Own results, perhaps the browser makers should read this book."
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