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They are all very generic. IMO if you depend on a list like this to give you good security, you shouldnt be coding something that requires good security.
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Thank you bro.
A good practice is also to use service has Code Climate or Codacity
Always check your inputs, which are provided from outside, e.g. CLI args, HTTP requests,...
I also can recommend using TypeScript and get rid of JS.
Even for smaller projects, it's always helpful.
Use ESLint as a plugin for VSCode to get notified about code-smells, which potentially introduce security flaws.
Like one said here, Security topics are very generic and not specifically to a programming language.
You can have a look at OWASP.
Last edited by idolize1234; 02-23-2022 at 12:04 PM.