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International PHP Magazine:
Poll Question In Which of the Following PHP Security Suffers?
April 24, 2007 @ 16:04:00

The results from the latest poll over on the International PHP Magazine website are in. This week's question asked readers to vote on which of the choices was the place where security in PHP suffered most.

The option 'Its large body of inexperienced programmers' has scored high above all the options as the public opinion gave it a majority of 21.8% votes. The option 'All' stood second with 19.8% votes. The option 'Large number of ill-educated programmers' stands third with a margin of 14.9% votes. The voters favour the option 'Ease of PHP as a programming language', so it stands last on the list with a vote count of 3.0%.

Be sure to cast your vote in this week's poll that asks for votes on which of the given choices makes implementing sessions in your application the easiest.

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