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International PHP Magazine:
Poll Question What Makes a Good PHP Security Architecture?
October 09, 2006 @ 11:39:00

The International PHP Magazine has posted the results of their latest poll question - "What Makes a Good PHP Security Architecture?" The answers for this poll included:

  • Possess a low attack surface area approach by default
  • Ensure that backward compatibility is not broken
  • Not include unsafe constructs and patterns

The option that came out on top (by far) was "Reflect the basic architecture pattern, that is 'deny unless permitted'" with 40 percent of the votes. The next closest option was the "Not include unsafe constructs and patterns" choice with 15.4 percent.

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