Re: Perl essential ?
Previously Ilya Martynov wrote:
> But some languages allows to write secure code more easily that others
> (read it as 'not very experienced programmers have less opportunity to
> make errors').
Mostly that is a false sense of security. Even perl taint mode gives you
a false sense of security, I've seen scripts that are insecure but use
little workaround to prent tainting errors.
> P.S. Taint mode. Again - why Perl scripts in debian don't use it?
It doesn't make your code more secure. It's useful as a debuging tool
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