Fail Securely

Fail securely means implementing decision logic that puts systems into a secure state when errors occur. Handling errors securely ensures that the error path, such as exceptions, doesn’t disclose additional information that would not be available otherwise. Attackers can use this additional information to learn how to attack the system.

Here are some best practices.

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