PHP web application security

Tuesday, 9 August 2005, 3:27 AM EST

PHP is a great language for rapidly developing web applications, and is very friendly to beginning programmers, but some of its design can make it difficult to write web apps that are properly secure. We'll discuss some of the main security "gotchas" when developing PHP web applications, from proper user input sanitization to avoiding SQL injection vulnerabilities.

By Pax Dickinson at Linux Security.

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