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Chris Shiflett's Blog:
Zend Framework Update
November 11, 2005 @ 21:11:46

For anyone out there that's been yearning for an official update on the Zend Framework project, well - you might have to wait a bit longer for the official word. Here to help alleviate some of that pressure, though, is Chris Shiflett and this latest post over on his blog.

A few weeks ago, I posted my Zend Framework Wishlist. Most of the things I mentioned were off the top of my head, but I think it got people (including me) thinking about how we can make some security problems easier to solve.

I just signed the CLA (Contributor License Agreement) today, so now Brain Bulb is officially part of the project. As you can tell from the listing in Wez's blog, there is an input filtering class called ZInputFilter. Although this is quite nice, trying to address some problems at the input stage is clumsy at best.

He continues on, talking more about what he knows best - the security of the framework - and pondering the question of how to make it safe and secure without interfering too much with what the user's actually doing...

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