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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • In most of the Stonehenge courses we talk about security, and we definitely hit it hard in the CGI course. We even have a separate course for web security where we try to cover everything. It's not that Perl is the problem, but that task, since you can make the same design and configuration problems in almost any language.

    I think the difference with open source stuff is that we are willing to talk about it and fix it. Most people don't see it that way though: they don't want to hear about it.