PHP is a computer scripting language, originally designed for producing dynamic web pages.
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When it comes to security, remember that in addition to actual platform and operating system security issues, you need to ensure that you write your application to be secure. These seven habits for...
To make sure the security in your PHP scripts are okay, you have to start with the basics: filter input, and escape output. If you haven't got that working properly, your scripts will always be open...
Most developers must deal with the job of developing robust data validation for forms on a regular basis. Nobody wants to write the same code over and over, so this article (the first of three in a...
In this, the second part of "Web Apps with Tiger," Morbus focuses on protection. He'll replace the default PHP configuration with a more secure version, and explain some of the differences. Finally,...
This PHP tutorial describes PHP variables, objects, functions, arrays, using forms, using sessions and more giving some examples.
If you haven't done your own shopping basket with PHP yet, you should be able to build one after reading this article. Even if you have a basket already, some of the tips I provide here could help...
A brief overview of using sessions in PHP 4.0.
This article try to explain some of the most common security flaws, and show simple ways to secure your site.
This article explains some of the most common security flaws, and show simple ways to secure your site.