The Addison-Wesley Software Security Series

Gary McGraw, Consulting Editor

Enterprise Software Security Surreptitious Software Software Security Engineering Exploiting Online Games

Secure Programming with Static Analysis Software Security: Building Security In Rootkits: Subverting the Windows Kernel Exploiting Software: How to Break Code

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The Addison-Wesley Software Security Series, Gary McGraw contributing editor, is the premiere collection of titles in software security. Focused around the three pillars of software security introduced in the book Software Security, the series expands deeply into applied best practices and essential knowledge. As software security comes of age and moves from Philosophy into action, look for this series to keep you at the bleeding edge.

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The series is an organic entity. Anchored by the Software Security Library (which includes Exploiting Software, and Software Security), the series will grow as relevant, excellent books are created. The first book added into the series is Hoglund's outstanding book Rootkits, the second is the outstanding technical tome Secure Programming with Static Analysis by Brian Chess and Jacob West, and the third is Exploiting Online Games.

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