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DevShed:
Database and Password Security for Web Applications
November 03, 2008 @ 12:59:40

DevShed continues their look at security in (PHP) web application in this next-to-last part of their series - it focuses on database a password security.

In this article we will discuss security for databases accessed through the Internet. We will also examine the issue of password management, since handling that task properly will help us make our web site and its applications more secure.

They continue to use their "Internet cafe" application as an example to show proper escaping practices, the creation of a password management script (including validation of format) and includes a full listing of the code so far.

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