One important aspect of managing web applications is security. There is a new security threat looming every few days. Let's see how Laravel helps secure our application and what things we would need to add to our application to make it secure.
Laravel's default authentication provides AES-256 encryption to passwords via a 32-bit key generated during the installation of Laravel in
app/config/app.php. We can also use these algorithms to encrypt things in our application. In other words, if you want to encrypt confidential data, you can encrypt it as follows:
$encrypted = Crypt::encrypt('secret');
If you want to decrypt it, you can use the decrypt function as follows:
$decrypted = Crypt::decrypt($encryptedValue);
Similarly, Laravel ...