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March 2006

Web Security Blog

by xenomorph
It's that time of year again, when I get to work on new features (instead of supporting the old ones). With a major change to the version number of the way I took the opportunity to introduce major improvements too. ModSecurity 2.0.0-dev1 is available right now and it offers the following major improvements:

Apache Security - The Complete Guide to Securing Your Apache Web Server

by xenomorph
This all-purpose guide for locking down Apache arms readers with all the information they need to securely deploy applications. Administrators and programmers alike will benefit from a concise introduction to the theory of securing Apache, plus a wealth of practical advice and real-life examples. Topics covered include installation, server sharing, logging and monitoring, web applications, PHP and SSL/TLS, and more.

September 2005

PHP Security Consortium

by xenomorph & 6 others
Founded in January 2005, the PHP Security Consortium (PHPSC) is an international group of PHP experts dedicated to promoting secure programming practices within the PHP community. Members of the PHPSC seek to educate PHP developers about security through a variety of resources, including documentation, tools, and standards.

PHP Input Filter

by xenomorph & 1 other
PHP Input Filter - 1.2.2 a free php class that allows developers to easily filter input coming from the user (HTML forms, cookies etc) for a number of reasons. The focus of this tool is on customisation. v1.2.2 features SQL injection support, PHP5 Strict version, as well as several patches and bugfixes. Thanks to everyone who's emailed in to make this much more stable and well-rounded.

[Web Application Component Toolkit]

by xenomorph & 1 other
This is a list of common security concerns for web applications that can be or should be solved at the application development level with a focus on PHP solutions.

by xenomorph
PHP Vulnerability

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