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PHP 5.3.1 Released: Security Beefed Up

The new version of PHP 5.3 division is PHP 5.3.1. It has been developed by the PHP team recently. This specific version of PHP maintains the vital core of 5.3 PHP engine. Its done by looking after the steadiness and safety. As many as above 100 bugs have been fixed to all over frame work by the PHP team people. The original version of Personal Home Pages was released in 1995 by Rasmus Leordrof. The PHP reached...

User Registration Validator Joomla! Plugin

Many Joomla! web designers have experience with offensive spam registrations. Very annoying for all of us. Here is one of the solutions how to avoid it. By using Registration Validator plugin for Joomla! After installing this Joomla! 1.5 native extension, you can block unwanted user registrations by blocking email addresses, domain names, usernames or IP addresses. This plugin is tested in standard Joomla!...

Ajax Password Strength Meter

Many website visitors often fill in many registration or login forms and there is often required a passwords. Have you ever tried to crack a password? It is quite easy for basic programmers. But all depends on how strong the password is. It means how many characters does it have or if the password contains some numbers or upper case letters. The more complicated password is, the harder is to crack it by someone....

Free PHP CAPTCHA from Securimage

Are you fed up with spamming? You should try Securimage Captcha script to protect your forms from spam and abuse. There is no hardwork to implement Securimage into forms on your websites. Web designers can do it very easy and fast. Securimage Captcha runs on all webservers with PHP installed and GD library support. Securimage generates complicated captcha images and also ensures the entered code was correct....

Check Your PHP Environment Security

PHPSecInfo is something like the phpinfo() function. This PHP environment security auditing tool runs from a single function call a series of tests on your PHP environment to identify potential security issues and offer suggestions. It is not a replacement for secure development techniques, and does not do any kind of code or app auditing, but can be a useful tool in a multilayered security approach. Usage of...

WordPress Theme Autenticity Checker

Do you use to download and install wordpress themes? I’m almost sure you do. Almost every wordpress user does. Themes are very usefull, handy, nice and fast installed. But are you sure they are clean and don’t contain unwanted code? WordPress Theme Autenticity Checker (TAS) is a WordPress plugin which scans all of your theme files for potentially malicious or unwanted code. TAS awares you of advertisements...

More Security Related PHP Directives

Previous post Basic Security Related PHP Directives showed us the basic set of PHP directives which significantly affects security of not PHP apps only. This article increases the spectrum of PHP security related configuration directives.

Basic Security Related PHP Directives

Configuration of PHP is one of the significant security breakpoints. There is no doubt that ignoring this can lead to serious security consequencies. I’m not talking just about web applications vulnerabilities. Wrong PHP setup can allow to take your server under control by some invader. This article is trying to help you to do more for your calm sleep.

.htaccess Password Generator

Sometimes we need to have files or directories protected by password. There is more options how to do it but one of the simplest is to use the old known combination .htaccess and .htpasswd files. These two files with data generated by the online .htaccess Password Generator should be placed into the folder which need to be protected against unauthorized access . .htaccess Password Generator generates all the...

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