[WEB SECURITY] PHP Security Development Norms

Ausome1 ausome1 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 13:17:55 EDT 2011


You could always go to http://enigmagroup.org and do some hands on training
and learn the basics to more advanced web security/hacking techniques.

2011/6/23 xyl870612 <xyl870612 at yahoo.com.cn>

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> Dear:
>
> I am a novice, I'd like to know something about PHP security the knowledge of development, would
> you like give me
>  some PHP security development standard and PHP security development library ?
>       THANKES!
>       Best wishes to you all!
>
>
>
> your dear elice
>
>
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> 2011-06-23
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