Practical Python Security is a hands-on, example-driven guide to securing production Python applications. It’s filled with techniques and best practices that author Dennis Byrne has refined through a career protecting the data of millions from theft and attack.
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Successful developers put security
at the core of their applications.
As a python developer, you need to
understand the wide range of
security risks you may face and get
experience with the libraries,
frameworks, and tools you’ll need
to protect your systems.
Practical Python Security teaches
you everything you’ll need to build
secure Python web applications.
As you work through the
insightful code snippets and
engaging examples, you’ll put
concepts like cryptography,
authentication, content security
policies, and more into action.
Along the way, you’ll get exposure
to important libraries and tools in
the Python ecosystem.
This jargon-busting guide unravels
common security acronyms,
simplifies encryption and hashing,
and unlocks other key security
You’ll use Python and Django to
build secure features including user
registration, user authentication,
and third party access to protected
resources with OAuth 2.
As you work through each project,
you’ll master Python tools for
implementing layers of defense for
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An excellent companion
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About the author:
Dennis Byrne is a tech lead for
23andMe, protecting the
genetic data and privacy of
more than 10 million
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