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Oct 20, 2018
C++ has been updated many times. You can write safe code in c++. Just use a library if you don’t like the built in memory management.
That's not really what I've read. Google has been very clear where all of their security vulnerabilities lie with Chrome, and what they're trying to do about it.

Hypothetically being able to write safe C++ code in large applications is different then what seems to happen in practice. Bad code can happen in any language, its just that in C++ it is especially egregious.
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