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Although it is well-known that API design has a large and long-term impact on security, the literature contains few substantial guidelines for practitioners on how to design APIs that improve security. Even fewer of those guidelines have been evaluated empirically. Security professionals have proposed that software engineers choose immutable APIs and architectures to enhance security. Unfortunately, prior empirical research argued that immutablity decreases API usability. This paper bringsdoi:10.1109/secdev.2017.21 dblp:conf/secdev/WeberCMAS17 fatcat:znbrzkcpp5aangwz35e74czla4