15 edition of Securing PHP web applications found in the catalog.
Easy, Powerful Code Security Techniques for Every PHP Developer
Hackers specifically target PHP Web applications. Why? Because they know many of these apps are written by programmers with little or no experience or training in software security. Don’t be victimized. Securing PHP Web Applications will help you master the specific techniques, skills, and best practises you need to write rock-solid PHP code and harden the PHP software you’re already using.
Drawing on more than fifteen years of experience in Web development, security, and training, Tricia and William Ballad show how security flaws can find their way into PHP code, and they identify the most common security mistakes made by PHP developers. The authors present practical, specific solutions–techniques that are surprisingly easy to understand and use, no matter what level of PHP programming expertise you have.
Securing PHP Web Applications covers the most important aspects of PHP code security, from error handling and buffer overflows to input validation and filesystem access. The authors explode the myths that discourage PHP programmers from attempting to secure their code and teach you how to instinctively write more secure code without compromising your software’s performance or your own productivity.
* Designing secure applications from the very beginning–and plugging holes in applications you can’t rewrite from scratch
* Defending against session hijacking, fixation, and poisoning attacks that PHP can’t resist on its own
* Securing the servers your PHP code runs on, including specific guidance for Apache, MySQL, IIS/SQL Server, and more
* Enforcing strict authentication and making the most of encryption
* Preventing dangerous cross-site
|Statement||Tricia Ballad, William Ballad.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.73.P224 B35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||2008042783|
Security is a massive topic, even if we reduce the scope to only browser-based web applications. These articles will be closer to a “best-of” than a comprehensive catalog of everything you need to know, but we hope it will provide a directed first step for developers who are trying to ramp up fast. Essential PHP Security (kindle edition): A book about web application security written specifically for PHP developers. It covers 30 of the most common and dangerous exploits as well as simple and effective safeguards that protect your PHP applications. SQL Injection Attacks and Defense This book covers sql injection and web-related attacks. It.
How to Develop More Secure PHP Applications. There are two primary causes for the unintentional creation of insecure web applications, regardless of the language being used: A lack of knowledge about security; Bad development habits. The Open Web Application Security Project ® (OWASP) is a nonprofit foundation that works to improve the security of software. Through community-led open source software projects, hundreds of local chapters worldwide, tens of thousands of members, and leading educational and training conferences.
To help IT professionals better understand the security risks that surround Web applications, a community of concerned individuals created the Open Web Application Security Project, or OWASP for short. In addition to a collection of open source tools, training and projects, OWASP publishes a list of the Top Ten Risks to Web Application Security. The NUIT Guide to Securing Web Applications was developed as a resource for web application developers, testers, and the Information Security Office. In particular, the guide is meant to: Provide sound application development guidance for application developers so that web applications may be designed with security in mind.
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Securing PHP Web Applications is a great book for any PHP developer with an interest in writing better web applications. It covers a wide range of security topics that every developer should be familiar with. It would be useful for anyone hiring a PHP developer to know the concepts outlined in this book to aid in assessing a developers by: 2.
Securing PHP Apps Book Description: Secure your PHP-based web applications with this compact handbook. You’ll get clear, practical Securing PHP web applications book actionable details on how to secure various parts of your PHP web application. You’ll also find scenarios to handle and improve existing legacy issues.
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You should build your web apps protective enough A detailed written blog on PHP security best practices which covers complete viewpoints of all the major PHP security. Securing PHP Web Applications.
By: Tricia Ballad; William Ballad Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional Pub. Date: Decem Print ISBN In this short book I'll give you clear, actionable details on how to secure various parts of your web application. You will also find scenarios to handle and improve existing legacy issues. Several years ago I was writing a web application for a client in the CodeIgniter PHP framework, *shudder*, but CodeIgniter didn't include any type of.
The book is good at explaining certain concepts about Web Applications Security and, as its title implies, is intended for begginers, simplifying some concepts, in some cases using fantasy situations (Wizards, apples and stuff) to explain different security s: Security 3 PHP & Security PHP keeps on growing as a language, making headway into enterprise and corporate markets.
Consequently PHP applications often end up working with sensitive data. Unauthorized access to this data is unacceptable. To prevent problems a secure design is needed.
Make Microservices and Web Applications. 01/30/; 10 minutes to read +3; In this article. There are so many aspects about security in microservices and web applications that the topic could easy take several books like this one so, in this section, we'll focus on authentication, authorization, and application secrets.
Software security covers many areas of the business and IT including network security, server security, application security, pc security and office security. In this blog we will be covering the basics of application security from the perspective of a PHP developer.
Attacks such as SQL Injection, XSS, CSRF, and DDoS are described. Then we discuss the minimum security measures PHP developers.
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The PHP ecosystem is no different. Securing PHP wants to help take the guesswork out of protecting your PHP applications and put you on the right path towards a more secure future. It will give you the terms, the technology and the best practices to help keep your apps (and users) protected.
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Mailing lists Securing PHP Weekly. A weekly newsletter about PHP, security, and the community. Perl Books and ebooks SEI CERT Perl Coding Standard () Released: Janu The most common place data is sent to by a PHP application is to a site visitor’s web browser.
This is trivial to do in PHP using the ‘echo()’ function. Because it is so commonly used and so easy to do, it also introduces the most common form of vulnerability in web applications: The Cross Site Scripting, or XSS vulnerability.
Our Vision “Define the industry standard for mobile application security.” We are writing a security standard for mobile apps and a comprehensive testing guide that covers the processes, techniques, and tools used during a mobile app security test, as well as an exhaustive set of test cases that enables testers to deliver consistent and complete results.
Web application security is something that should be catered for during every stage of the development and design of a web application. The earlier web application security is included in the project, the more secure the web application will be and the cheaper and easier it would be to fix identified issues at a later stage.
The Tangled Web: A Guide to Securing Modern Web Applications – This book is written by Michał Zalewski a.k.a Icamtuf who is a one of the 15 most influential people in security, among the most influential people in IT, and a security engineer from is a must read for web developers and web security enthusiasts because it covers brief history of the web, browser security.
1. Create a web application security blueprint. You can't hope to stay on top of web application security best practices without having a plan in place for doing so.
All too often, companies take a disorganized approach to the situation and end up accomplishing next to nothing. Sit down with your IT security team to develop a detailed.This book eliminates the guesswork involved with writing and deploying a cloud application. Although PHP is primarily used to minimize the complexity of the code and setup, several cloud architectures and technologies are also introduced to help readers accelerate their application in the cloud.An overview of web application will be the opening topic for this course.
This will be followed by an introduction to web application security and its dissimilarity to network security. Web Application Security (WAS) scanners and testing will be explained and defined.
Tips on securing your web application will also be studied in this course.