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Developing secure software is about more than writing secure code. It’s relatively easy to keep unsafe input out of your SQL, hash and salt your passwords, and limit users’ permissions. It’s much harder to ensure every part of your infrastructure and tooling has done the same. Your code is only a small part of the ‘attack surface’ (the accessible parts of the system that an attacker might exploit) of your application, and it’s the part of the system an attacker will have least knowledge of.