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Zend Developer Zone:
PHP Security Tips #8 & #9
March 13, 2007 @ 12:53:00

The Zend Developer Zone has the latest two of their security tips posted today - numer #8 and #9 - in their "PHP Security Tips" series.

  • In tip #8, they restate and reinforce a topic that's worth repeating - validating user input. They use the filter_var function as a simple, light way to start filtering your user's input.
  • Tip #9 suggests that you keep anything sensitive, anything at all that needs to be kept away from prying eyes, outside of your document root of the site.
You can check out more on these tips and lots of others in their full list of tips.

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