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I am familiar with the CERT Secure Coding Standart. Are there also any other secure coding standarts other than the CERT ones?

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    We do expect you to do some of your own research here. Spend some time browsing through the first couple of pages of results of a search for "secure coding standards" and you'll find plenty of references to others. – Xander Apr 8 '16 at 14:00
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    Easy @Xander. Welcome to security.SE Exagon! You've asked a fair and honest question, however we've found that questions asking for recommendation of reading lists tend to devolve into people arguing about their personal preferences, and therefore are not a great fit for the question-answer format. Because of that, we're going to close your question. If you can think of a way to re-phrase it that's less opinion / list based, then please edit. – Mike Ounsworth Apr 8 '16 at 14:06
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I'm aware of two:

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