Pro PHP Security, Second Edition will serve as your complete guide for taking defensive and proactive security measures within your PHP applications.
With the number of security flaws and exploits discovered and released every day constantly on the rise, knowing how to write secure and reliable applications is become more and more important every day. Written by Ilia Alshanetsky, one of the foremost experts on PHP security in the world, php|architect's Guide to PHP Security focuses on providing you with all the tools and knowledge you need to both secure your existing applications and writing new systems with security in mind.
Never trust user input
Poorly or unvalidated user input constitutes the most severe security problem with web applications
can crash a server
can cause buffer overflows
can allow machine to be hijacked
allow hacker to have root access
Assume user input is bad until you prove its OK
Simplify and shorten the PHP application development cycle using the in-depth information contained in this hands-on guide. PHP Programming Solutions clearly lays out more than 250 programming challenges alongside practical solutions, functioning code, detailed explanations, and usage tips.
Inside, you'll learn to manipulate strings and arrays, work with HTML and Web pages, accept and validate user input, parse XML code, and resolve programming problems using PEAR and PECL widgets and extensions.
This book has been a rather long time in the making. I have been using PHP for many
years now, and have grown to love it more and more for its simplistic approach to
programming, its flexibility, and its power. Of all the programming languages I have
used throughout my over 20-year career, PHP is my favorite, hands down. PHP has
grown from a small set of functions to a very large volume of functions, external interfaces,
and add-on tools. Some programmers may be overwhelmed by its apparent vastness,
but I hope to show you in this book that most of the PHP world can indeed...
This book is intended for anyone starting out with PHP programming. If you’ve previously worked in another programming language such as Java, C#, or Perl, you’ll probably pick up the concepts in the earlier chapters quickly; however, the book assumes no prior experience of programming or of building Web applications.
The new version of PHP is out. RC4 was the last step
before the final release—developers have been asked to
commit to the PHP CVS repository only changes that fix
bugs marked as “critical” in the bug tracking system,
and thankfully only lasted a few days.
The PHP developers have also solved a dilemma that
has all but dominated the mailing lists of late—the
naming of the CLI (command-line interface) version of
PHP vs. the CGI executable, which is used when using
PHP as a separate executable to run scripts through a
Our first training course is dedicated exclusively to the certification exam. It covers all the topics that are part
of the exam itself in a total of over 18 hours of training spread over three weeks, and will be taught by Ilia
Alshanetsky, who is a regular collaborator to php|a and a well-known PHP expert. It’s all available for a very convenient
price (particularly if you sign up before July 31st), and we’re even throwing in a special offer that
includes a copy of the certification guide, an exam voucher and a full-copy of the Zend Studio IDE....
Our introductory PHP course, Zend PHP Essentials, was developed for us and Zend Technologies by
PHP expert Chris Shiflett, co-founder of the PHP Security Consortium. This 19-hour course provides
a thorough introduction to PHP development, with particular care to "doing things right" by covering
security, performance and the best development techniques. Rather than cramming as much theory
as possible, PHP Essentials provides a thoroughly practical approach to learning PHP—thus ensuring
that each student will be able to write good PHP code in a real-world setting by the end of the
Zend's new PHP 5 Certification Exam represent an excellent tool for professional PHP developers who want to distinguish themselves in their field. php|architect's Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide, edited and produced by the publishers of php|architect magazine, provides the most comprehensive and thorough preparation tool for developers who wish to take the exam.
Bạn hãy đặt tên là upload.php , nó sẽ dùng để upload lên trang Web của nạn nhân . _ Tiếp theo Bạn vào Google, gõ ``Powered by gallery`` rồi enter, Google sẽ liệt kê một đống những site sử dụng Gallery
Hacking Security Sites part 6
PHP is a scripting language that supports dynamic HTML pages. It is a bit like Apache's SSI, but by far more
complex and has database modules for many popular dbs. The GD libraries are needed by PHP.
SSL is an implementation of Netscape's Secure Socket Layer that allow secure connections over insecure
networks, e.g. to transmit credit card numbers to web based forms.
PHP & MySQL Web Development All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies is kind of one-stop shopping for the information you need to get up and running with these tools and put them to good use. It’s divided into six handy minibooks that cover setting up your environment, PHP programming, using MySQL, security, PHP extensions, and PHP Web applications. They make it easy to create a Web site where visitors can sign on, use shopping carts, complete forms, and do business with your business.
Chúng ta đã cùng nhau cài cái IIS6 và sau đó là PHP5 vào Windows Server 2003 Sau đó ta chạy hàm phpinfo trong file phpinfo.php thì thấy rằng báo rằng "page can not display" hay thậm chí sẽ không cho down load luôn file phpinfo.php về, vì sao IIS lại " đối xử " như thế đối với file .php khi mà rõ ràng ta đã cài đặt trình thông dịch PHP vào rồi.
Hacking Security Sites part 21
Hôm nay mình xin giới thiệu với các bạn đôi chút cơ bản về server chạy Linux . Để tiện phục vụ bài học mình xin lấy luôn một server để các bác thực hành . http://www.4me.ru/kozar/remview.php
Hacking Security Sites part 31
AJAX Form Validation
Validating input data is an essential requirement for quality and secure software applications. In the case of web applications, validation is an even more sensitive area, because your application is widely reachable by many users with varying skill sets and intentions. Validation is not something to play with, because invalid data has the potential to harm the application's functionality, and even corrupt the application's most sensitive area: the database.
hows Web developers how to use two popular open source technologies, the PHP scripting language and MySQL database, to build Web database applications
This updated edition covers changes in PHP 5 and the latest version of MySQL, including programming techniques for the new PHP default setting, methods for handling MySQL security problems, and extended information about Apache Web Server and Mac OS X versions of PHP and MySQL
Explains how to install Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X versions of PHP and MySQL
Includes two complete sample applications: an online catalog and a members-only Web site ...
Because you’re looking at a book called PHP & MySQL Everyday Apps For
Dummies, I assume you want to build a Web application with the PHP
scripting language and a MySQL backend database. If you need to build a
dynamic Web application for a specific purpose, you’re in the right place.
You will find six popular applications in this book and one additional application
chapter on the CD. If the exact application you need isn’t here, you can
probably adapt one of the applications to suit your needs....