php[architect] magazine has released their latest issue with a focus on security, authentication and authorization for August 2017 - Who Goes There:
You’ve no doubt heard HTTP is stateless, meaning a web server doesn’t know anything from one request to the next for the same client. Beyond news and information sites, however, a web application typically will need to know who you are and what you can do with it to be useful. In this issue, we look at effectively handling authentication and authorization.
The issue also includes articles like:
- "Google Authenticator for your PHP Applications" (Brian Retterer)
- "Single Sign On—You’re Probably Doing It Wrong" (Arne Blankerts)
- "Jumping Ship: A Holistic Approach to Changing Jobs—Part One" (Andrew Koebbe)
Many of the usual columns are back this month including the Education Station, Security Corner and the Community corner. Head over to the php[architect] website for more information about this latest issue and to pick up a copy of your very own!