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International PHP Magazine:
IPM Poll Question Which One is Most Dangerous?
August 17, 2006 @ 14:12:41

The International PHP Magazine has posted the results from their latest poll, this time asking which one of their options is the most dangerous kind of problem an application can have.

Options included "remote code execution", "SQL injections", and "file system attacks". Topping the charts, and almost typing for first place are "remote code execution" and "SQL injection", with SQL edging out the remote code.

The majority believes that 'SQL Injection' is the most common PHP attack as it garnered 33.6% of the votes. The PHP attack 'Remote Code Execution' scored 30.9% of the votes. The options 'File system attacks' and 'Cross-site Scripting' bagged 10.9% and 8.2% respectively. Not many people seem to consider the existence of any other PHP attack as the option 'Others' polled a dismal 0.9%.

Their latest poll goes with a different subject, asking readers to vote on which of their options is the best way to speed up a site. Check it out and cast your vote today!

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