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DevShed:
Web Application Security Overview
September 22, 2008 @ 14:42:51

DevShed starts off a new series today focusing on security in web applications, specifically in PHP-based ones, with this first article - an overview.

With the web and web sites open to everyone -- including malicious hackers -- the security of web applications sits at the top of the list of issues on any web developer's mind. In this eight-part series, we will look at the security concerns of PHP developers, and what they can do to make their web applications more secure.

They talk about the importance of having a security plan from the start and look at a few simple steps to get started with in enhancing your application's security - the proper use of register globals, using error reporting to correctly catch problems and how to minimize the code exposure of your app.

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