Writing secure WordPress plugins

Monday, 28 May 2007, 12:11 PM EST

WordPress has become one of the most popular blogging packages on the Internet; this is largely due to its ease of use and its object oriented design which allows the user to easily extend its capabilities in the form of WordPress Plugins.

Unfortunately, "ease of use", and "security" are to often like lemon and milk. This article is a desparate attempt to try and educate WordPress Plugin developers to some of the common security problems that can occur. The reality is, that this article is a bit to late, and unfortunately countless plugins are vulnerable to the attacks discussed here.

At michaeldaw.org

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