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WebReference.com:
Security Techniques Part 2
May 29, 2007 @ 12:02:00

WebReference.com has posted part two in their series looking at security techniques in PHP. This time they focus on the use of a few things - the PECL filter, the PEAR Auth module and mcrypt.

For each of the three topics covered, they include a few code examples on their use - an HTML form with the filter extension, user authentication with the PEAR Auth, and encrypting data to be used in a more secure cookie.

The article is excerpted from PHP 5 Advanced: Visual QuickPro Guide by Larry Ullman.

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