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zez.org: Security flaws in PHP

zez.org: Security flaws in PHP

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 6, 2001


[ Thanks to Paul K Egell-Johnsen for this link. ]

"When developing web applications in PHP (or any other languages for that matter) there are several security aspects we should consider. In this article I'll try to explain some of the most common security flaws, and show simple ways to secure your site." When developing web applications in PHP (or any other languages for that matter) there are several security aspects we should consider. In this article I'll try to explain some of the most common security flaws, and show simple ways to secure your site.

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