The majority of software vulnerabilities result from a few known kinds of coding defects, such as
(choose all that apply):
format string vulnerabilities
None of the choices.
The majority of software vulnerabilities result from a few known kinds of coding defects. Common
software defects include buffer overflows, format string vulnerabilities, integer overflow, and
code/command injection. Some common
languages such as C and C++ are vulnerable to all of these defects. Languages such as Java are
immune to some of these defects but are still prone to code/ command injection and other software
defects which lead to software vulnerabilities.