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The Cert Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java
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The CERT Oracle secure coding standard for Java / Fred Long [et al.]. - Version details - Trove
It's the same authors and style so many good things carry over. Many of the rules are new including security ones such as XPath injection. The book itself is shorter, but I felt like the picked the most important things to concentrate on. I also found this book easier to read than the predecessor. I think this is in recognition that something can be important without being an attack.
I still think the code examples could have been a little clearer. Maybe highlight the differences between the two in longer snippets. I found myself underlining this in pen as I red. Bold would have helped. I particularly liked the real life example in showing how Oracle themselves fixed some of the vulnerabilities in version 7 of the JDK.
There are still rules about threading, but not as prominently as the previous title.