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Code development can be crucial to the success or otherwise of projects. Forget to add that security checking feature halfway through your system and the whole process is open to vulnerabilities you don't even want to contemplate.

The team at Microsoft has done a bit of developing in its time and has drawn up a few guidelines on security engineering activities that should be an integral part of your software development process - bundled up in one convenient little handbook.

Redmond's given us a few to give to you, the people on the front line of software and systems development, free when you buy one of the company's development titles.

So pop down to Register Books now to get your copy.

We only have a limited number, so get in quick. There's one free book per order. ®

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