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Sebastian Bergmann's Blog:
Static Analysis of PHP Code
June 09, 2006 @ 05:51:11

In this blog entry Sebastian Bergmann notes a sudden surge of interest from the academi ccommunity about PHP.

At least with regard to using static code analysis to automatically detect security vulnerabilities in PHP applications.

I started to collect links to scientific papers on this subject here.

So far, he's already gathered a few - two from Pxy, one from Stanford, and another from the Secure Systems Lab (at the Technical University of Vienna).

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