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Securing PHP Apps by Ben Edmunds

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Destructor

I had a lot of fun during the process of writing this. I truly hope that you learned something new and enjoyed reading this.

You’ve learned a bit about protecting your applications from users, and users from themselves; securing your communication via HTTPS; safe password encryption techniques; role-based access control; and about popular attack vectors.

Please get in contact 1 if you want to learn more about any of the subjects covered here or just argue over the meaning of life.

Thanks for reading.

Index

A

  1. Access control

  2. Algorithms

  3. Apache

  4. API

  5. Authentication

B

  1. BCrypt

  2. Brute force

C

  1. Caching

  2. Certificate authority

  3. Collision attacks

  4. Cross site request forgery (CSRF)

  5. Cross site scripting (XSS)

  6. Cryptography

  7. CSRF

SeeCross site request forgery (CSRF)

D

  1. Dynamic typing ...

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