Was prepared and presented in a very special and superb way. I am glad I took and completed it. Thanks to my tutor Michael Hicks and special appreciation to coursera for making this possible for me.
Content is really valuable and actionable with a specific comeback for the student in terms of secure development, security and how to understand the origin of exploits and other cyber attacks
por Scott S•
Solid course in software security. Really clear explanation of looking under the covers of how buffer overflows work. However, the virtual machines are four years out of date and getting them running for the labs were a major pain.
por James N•
I really enjoyed the hands-on C exploit labs. That deserves a six week course on its own. The rest of the material provides a good introduction to tooling and general concepts. I feel like it is two different courses, in a way.
por Vijay V•
Great Course!!! Awesome course material.
It would be of great help if there could be video on setting up the projects for quiz.
As lot of people may from from non linux background and may have not in touch with c language.
por TAMERA Y•
Great Course. I like that it offered the interviews at the end of each lesson. I didn't know anything about the style of fuzzing or pen testing prior to taking this course. I need to delve into the learning hands
por Juan F•
Enjoyed the course, would have liked to have in video questions for all videos. I think they stopped after week 4 . I would also have liked to see more projects or more depth to the last project.
por Laurent B•
The course is great but it would be better to have it over 8 weeks to diffuse the amount of valuable information in Week 5. Also, charts should be numbered for easier references in discussions.
por Harsh S•
Although it was very interesting and enlightening course and the content of the course was excellent, I would like to point out that the learning technique used was a bit monotonous.
por Luis D B•
Super focused on C but useful. It's hard to do the first couple of weeks without C experience, the rest of the course is super interesting so totally recommended.
por Sanjay R•
very nice course, covering the most essential topics related to software security. For the curios students, it should provide a good start to dive deep!
por Bishoy S R S•
The course overall is very good, I hope to have a more specialized course in C/C++ languages with more practices, as I work more with embedded systems/C
por Mayank M•
Could have gone more deeper in some of the topics which were covered at very high level. Overall a good introduction to the subject matter.
por dominique a f•
Nice course. One remark, it is necessary to review version compatibility of mentioned virtualbox against today OS versions, mainly macOSX.
por Alejandro D L•
Awesome! It would have been nicer to go deeper into the practical, pen testing part, but I enjoyed this course anyway.
por Girish P•
Being a B.tech year 3 Student some concepts are a little difficult to understand but overall a pretty good course
por Abhishek G•
Instructor is very good in teaching, has a clear understanding of the concepts. Enjoyed this course very much.
por Ann N•
Great content. Unfortunately my C programming is not strong enough to continue, and I am unable to unenroll...
por Lade K•
Informational but, don't expect to be top-notch after taking this. buffer overflow section well explained.
por Javier c b•
The course focus to much in an old code language like c. This language is dying. At least should be C++.
por Kai P•
Seems outdated (as of 2014). Quiz for week 5 is strange and not easy with the provided material.
por Dan R•
Excellent course on software security! Loved that we actually got to get into some code!
por Akarsh B•
This was a really helpful and fullfilling cousre I was able to learn so much from this.
por ZUBIN S•
Good Course,But less content ROP gadget etc not covered in details.
por Sanoop s•
good course.very helpfull for a beginer like me to start with.
por David A P•
Excellent intro course with 3 semi-challenging and fun projects
por mahmoud m a w e•
I get a lot of pleasure out of reading about software security