Developers often don't properly in secure coding, leading to incorrect fixes for flaws. Here, a group of developers observe a presentation. (Michael Kappel/CC BY-NC 2.0)

Broken access control and broken object level authorizations vulnerabilities have proven the most difficult to fix, while fixes for command injection and SQL injection flaws are most often incorrect.

Research released from HackEDU, which was based on feedback from primarily security, development and compliance leaders, attributed the failures to a lack of formal training, with about 53 percent of developers not trained on secure coding practices.

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