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Essential PHP Security
By Chris Shiflett
Essential PHP Security Details:
Being highly flexible in building dynamic, database-driven web applications makes the PHP
programming language one of the most popular web development tools in use today. It also
works beautifully with other open source tools, such as the MySQL database and the
Apache web server. However, as more web sites are developed in PHP, they become targets
for malicious attackers, and developers need to prepare for the attacks.
Security is an issue that demands attention, given the growing frequency of attacks on web
sites.
Essential PHP Security
explains the most common types of attacks and how to write
code that isn't susceptible to them. By examining specific attacks and the techniques used to
protect against them, you will have a deeper understanding and appreciation of the
safeguards you are about to learn in this book.
In the much-needed (and highly-requested)
Essential PHP Security
, each chapter covers an
aspect of a web application (such as form processing, database programming, session
management, and authentication). Chapters describe potential attacks with examples and
then explain techniques to help you prevent those attacks.
Topics covered include:
Preventing cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities
Protecting against SQL injection attacks
Complicating session hijacking attempts
You are in good hands with author Chris Shiflett, an internationally-recognized expert in
the field of PHP security. Shiflett is also the founder and President of Brain Bulb, a PHP
consultancy that offers a variety of services to clients around the world.
(Los Angeles, CA) -- The U.S. federal government may actually be encouraging Americans
to be overweight, fat or even obese. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends
an adult diet of 2,000 - 2,500 calories daily, with 30% derived from fat. That means,
according to the FDA website: if you eat 2,000 calories a day you can have up to 65 grams of
fat per day. if you eat 2,500 calories a day you can have up to 80 grams of fat per day. And
teenagers (3,000 calories a day) can have up to 100 grams of fat daily. Thus, according to
the federal government, the average person can eat between 65 and 80 grams of fat per day
or, if you are a teenager, 100. Now, if you go to the McDonalds.com website you will see that
one Big Mac contains a total of 33 grams of fat. And 2 Big Macs would contain 66 grams of
fat, an allowable amount of daily fat. Therefore, in effect, the U.S. government is telling its
citizens (depending on their caloric intake) that it's perfectly OK to have the equivalent of 2
Big Macs or more every day. I don't know about you but if I ate like that I'd gain weight. A
lot of weight. I'd be looking in the mirror saying "Hello Chubby!" And then I'd have to
force myself to run like 50 miles a day just to lose the extra weight and keep it off. Based on
the FDA guidelines the government must want us all to be fat. And, considering the already
overweight population and the epidemic of obesity in America, regarding fat content in our
diet it looks like the politicians and health officials in Washington are out to lunch. Perhaps
at McDonald's. Maya Pinion is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles and a contributor to
News4Net Check our Diets directory of links reviewed by human.
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Being highly flexible in building dynamic, database-driven web applications makes the PHP
programming language one of the most popular web development tools in use today. It also
works beautifully with other open source tools, such as the MySQL database and the
Apache web server. However, as more web sites are developed in PHP, they become targets
for malicious attackers, and developers need to prepare for the attacks.
Security is an issue that demands attention, given the growing frequency of attacks on web
sites.
Essential PHP Security
explains the most common types of attacks and how to write
code that isn't susceptible to them. By examining specific attacks and the techniques used to
protect against them, you will have a deeper understanding and appreciation of the
safeguards you are about to learn in this book.
In the much-needed (and highly-requested)
Essential PHP Security
, each chapter covers an
aspect of a web application (such as form processing, database programming, session
management, and authentication). Chapters describe potential attacks with examples and
then explain techniques to help you prevent those attacks.
Topics covered include:
Preventing cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities
Protecting against SQL injection attacks
Complicating session hijacking attempts
You are in good hands with author Chris Shiflett, an internationally-recognized expert in
the field of PHP security. Shiflett is also the founder and President of Brain Bulb, a PHP
consultancy that offers a variety of services to clients around the world.
(Los Angeles, CA) -- The U.S. federal government may actually be encouraging Americans
to be overweight, fat or even obese. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends
an adult diet of 2,000 - 2,500 calories daily, with 30% derived from fat. That means,
according to the FDA website: if you eat 2,000 calories a day you can have up to 65 grams of
fat per day. if you eat 2,500 calories a day you can have up to 80 grams of fat per day. And
teenagers (3,000 calories a day) can have up to 100 grams of fat daily. Thus, according to
the federal government, the average person can eat between 65 and 80 grams of fat per day
or, if you are a teenager, 100. Now, if you go to the McDonalds.com website you will see that
one Big Mac contains a total of 33 grams of fat. And 2 Big Macs would contain 66 grams of
fat, an allowable amount of daily fat. Therefore, in effect, the U.S. government is telling its
citizens (depending on their caloric intake) that it's perfectly OK to have the equivalent of 2
Big Macs or more every day. I don't know about you but if I ate like that I'd gain weight. A
lot of weight. I'd be looking in the mirror saying "Hello Chubby!" And then I'd have to
force myself to run like 50 miles a day just to lose the extra weight and keep it off. Based on
the FDA guidelines the government must want us all to be fat. And, considering the already
overweight population and the epidemic of obesity in America, regarding fat content in our
diet it looks like the politicians and health officials in Washington are out to lunch. Perhaps
at McDonald's. Maya Pinion is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles and a contributor to
News4Net Check our Diets directory of links reviewed by human.
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