Practicing Vulnerability Hunting in Programming Languages for Music

If you watched Natalie Silvanovich‘s presentation on mining the JavaScript standard for vulnerabilities, the tweet from Computer Science @CompSciFact pointing to Programming Languages Used for Music must have you drooling like one of Pavlov‘s dogs.

I count one hundred and forty-seven (147) languages, of varying degrees of popularity, none of which has gotten the security review of ECMA-262. (Michael Aranda wades through terminology/naming issues for ECMAScript vs. JavaScript at: What’s the difference between JavaScript and ECMAScript?.)

Good hunting!

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