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Lately in PHP podcast episode 41 - What Happened in the Security Attack to PHP.net?
November 18, 2013 @ 12:43:49

The latest episode of the "Lately in PHP" podcast from PHPClasses.org has been released - Episode #41, "What Happened in the Security Attack to PHP.net?" (Disclaimer: I was a part of this episode.)

As you may be aware, the PHP.net site was the target of security attack that made it spread malware for a while. The circumstances of this attack were the main topic of discussion between Manuel Lemos, Jim Malico of OWASP and Chris Cornutt of PHPDeveloper.org. They also commented on the latest efforts to make PHP more secure, as well what PHP developers can do to develop more secure Web sites and applications, and minimizing the damages of eventual security attacks.

You can check out this new episode in a few different ways - either through the in-page player, by downloading the mp3 directly or by watching the live recording from the Google Hangout. You can also subscribe to the feed to get this and other new episodes as they're released.

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