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EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer

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What is the EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer online course?

The EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer comprehensively covers the software lifecycle stages of designing, implementing and deploying applications. It will also teach you both how to identify security flaws and implement security countermeasures throughout the software development lifecycle to improve the overall quality of products and applications.

It will equip you with the necessary skillset to produce applications with greater stability and fewer security risks to the customer.

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EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer

Learn how to code and develop highly secure applications and web applications with this specialist .NET secure programming qualification from EC-Council.

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Course Code EC113176
Course type Online Course with Exam
Course Access 1 Year
Associated Certification ECSP Certification
Processor 1 gigahertz (GHz)
RAM 1 GB
Operating Systems Windows 7,Windows 8,Windows 10,Mac OS
Browsers Internet Explorer 8 or above,Google Chrome,Safari 6 or above,Mozilla Firefox
Compatibility Windows, Mac

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Who is it for

Is the EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer online course right for me?

This ECSP certification has been designed for Programmers who are responsible for designing and building secure Windows and web-based applications with .NET framework. It is also perfect for Developers who already have some .NET development skills.

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How will the EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer qualification advance my career?

This online training and certification is a must for all Software Developers and Programmers whose job requires them to code and develop highly secure applications and web applications. This could include Software Developers, Programmers, Systems Managers and Systems Architects.

Why study with us

Why study the EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer with e-Careers?

  • Tutor support available
  • The course is compatible with Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android
  • Develop highly secure applications and web applications
  • Exam included

Course Details

What does the EC-Council Certified Secure Programmer online course cover?

  • Java security principles and secure coding practices Java Security Platform, Sandbox, JVM, Class loading, Bytecode verifier, Security Manager, security policies, and Java Security Framework
  • Secure Software Development Lifecycle, threat modelling, software security frameworks, and secure software architectures
  • Best practices and standards and guidelines for secure file input/output and serialization
  • Java input validation techniques, validation errors, and best practices
  • Java exceptions, erroneous behaviours, and the best practices to handle or avoid them
  • Secure authentication and authorization processes
  • Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS), its architecture, Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) Framework, and access permissions through Java Security Model
  • Secure Java concurrency and session management that includes Java Memory Model, Java Thread Implementation methods, secure coding practices, and guidelines for handling threads, race conditions, and deadlocks
  • Core security coding practices of Java Cryptography that includes Encryption, KeyGenerator, implementation of Cipher Class,
  • Digital Signatures, Secret Keys, and key management
  • Various Java application vulnerabilities such as Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF), Directory Traversal vulnerability, HTTP Response Splitting attack, Parameter Manipulation, Injection Attacks and their countermeasures Coding testing and review techniques and practices
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