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PHP Tutorials — Security

PHP » Security — over 12 years ago
Enable your web application for Open ID to let your users log in without having to remember yet another password.
PHP » Security — over 12 years ago
User Membership with PHP
PHP » Security — over 12 years ago
Easily create backups with PHP. Just a few lines, and very easy to configure.
PHP » Security — over 12 years ago
If your website has a feature such as uploader and you want to track the people that use it, then you may want to consider using some sort of record script that will record information to somewhere. In this tutorial you will see how you can create a script that will silently record a user IP address and store all information in a .txt file, no database required!
PHP » Security — over 12 years ago
The internet is not safe. It never will be. We will always have trolls and spammers, but even worse: Hackers. Luckily, you can fight these as a webmaster. The most common reason how your website gets hacked, is via user input that gets displayed. I’ll show you how to avoid this with a fairly simple script.
PHP » Security — over 12 years ago
A very long tutorial on making an advanced user system with usergroups, timezones, avatars and "online now" system.
PHP » Security — almost 13 years ago
Learn how to ban ip-s from your website, forum, blog.
PHP » Security — almost 13 years ago
This video tutorial will walk you through setting up a registration and login system for your web pages. You can then password protect any pages you desire on your website. The script allows a user to register, log in, log out, change their password, and retrieve a forgotten password. It also makes sure the user submits a valid email address by sending them a link to their email that they must click before the registration is completed. There is no need to know coding
PHP » Security — about 13 years ago
Well, before I get into details about how to prevent CSRF, lets explain what it is exactly. Cross Site Request Forgery (also known as XSRF, CSRF, and Cross Site Reference Forgery) works by exploiting the trust that a site has for the user.
PHP » Security — about 13 years ago
As long as there are programming languages people will try to hack them, fortunately for us this means we have to have our wits about us when writing applications. In this 2 part article we'll be discussing different ways that hackers try and break into our applications and how we go about protecting our applications from possible harm.
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