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International PHP Magazine:
IPM Poll Question The Most Common PHP Security Mistake Is?
August 09, 2006 @ 09:37:49

The results of the latest International PHP Magazine poll are in. The question they askes visitors this time was what they thought the most common security mistake is.

The options for this poll were:

  • Unvalidated Input Errors
  • Access Control Flaws
  • Session ID Protection
  • SQL Insertion Vulnerabilities
  • Error Reporting
  • Others

Not surprisingly, input validation errors ranked top of the list, with SQL insertion issues coming in second. The rest were closer with error reporting barely besting session ID protection.

This week's poll question asks readers, out of a few choices, which is the most dangerout kind of PHP attack. Cast your vote now!

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