Top 7 PHP development techniques to minimize security vulnerabilities
You need to be secure online. If you’re not people can steal your personal info. This is dangerous. It can cost you a great deal financially. It can also hurt your online reputation. If you are trying to run a business that matters since customers look at it. Its important to know how to take care of vulnerabilities you have online, so things go well for you and your business. It will help both you and your customers.
- PHP is incredibly popular for its ability to create dynamic websites, not to mention that it is free and requires no licensing fee, so anyone (with some programming knowledge) can use it.
- However, PHP is not bulletproof, and you may see some vulnerability here and there. Hackers and bots will try to exploit these weaknesses and gain access to your website,
- According to Symantec’s Internet Security Report (ISTR) for 2016, 78% websites they scanned had some vulnerability, which was an increase of 2% compared to the previous year.
“Sanitization handlers check for metals (data), and form handlers check if there’s anything dangerous in your bag (forms).”
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