Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
WordPress is the most popular CMS on earth, but has always been a step behind in terms of security. Tighten up your website’s security in a couple easy steps by simply customizing your WordPress Htaccess file and find a few quick performance boosts while your at it!
This tutorial provides a few simple techniques for protecting yourself and your web site from spammers. It does this from two perspectives: protecting your web site from being spammed (this article)
This tutorial provides a few simple techniques for protecting yourself and your web site from spammers. It does this from two perspectives: protecting people (including yourself) who post to your web site from being spammed (this article).
Are you afraid to put your PHP site online because it’s unsafe? We have all been there. It’s easy to frighten when reading horror stories about hacked sites, leaked user data and so on. Probably every site can be hacked, no matter how well it’s protected. But having the most important security measures in your code will lower the probability to something like 1 in millions.
PHP has several functions which can be used as a way of compromising your server, if they are not configured correctly. Protecting your system requires a variety of prevention tools, but you can start with some basics which do not require additional costs. In this article, we will provide instructions on the initial settings that can be configured in the Jelastic Cloud to beef up the security of your application.
You will learn to create a PHP web page from which we will connect to MySql database, handle user authentication and show certain data only for registered users. It's more then suitable for PHP beginners, have fun!
PHP Constants and Variables can be Insecure if not used properly. This is because of bad coding practices and loose error reporting in development.
The term hacker used to be benevolent, but has since changed to become a term for evil-doers online who use their knowledge of technology to exploit others. Learn how they operate and how to deal with them.
The common problem on most of WordPress Themes is that Contributors can see all posts in Admin Panel (Dashboard), even draft and pending posts of others. This is an annoying thing, because if you or your users may want to write new articles on your blog, they will be able to see all other posts in your Admin Panel, but they can’t delete or edit any post.
Sample PHP code for Store and verify the encrypted password Here use Base64-encoded and decode function to store and retrieve the password. The Base64-encoded function work process Password change into random letters, numbers and/or characters. Base64-encoded data takes about 33% more space than the original data.
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