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283. PHP Multi-Factor Authentication for Web Development

Posted on: 2015-05-25

When we need to provide our users access only to certain information, or limit access to features for authorized users only, we need to use user authentication.

We can never be 100% certain users are who they claim to be. However we can get close using multiple authentication factors.

Read this article to learn more about multi-factor authentication and when we should use them or not.


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273. 5 Urgent Maintenance Tasks You May Need to Perform on Your Site Now

Posted on: 2015-04-15

The recent times have been crazy for developers and Webmasters that strive to keep their sites running without disruptions.

What happens is that several important external sites and services are changing their APIs or introducing new rules that may break the code of your sites.

Read this article to learn about some important sites and APIs that are changing, so you can check if you need to perform urgent maintenance tasks to keep your sites working without troubles.


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239. To TDD or Not TDD? - Lately in PHP podcast episode 48

Posted on: 2014-06-27

Lately the debate about whether you should use TDD or not in all software projects all the time has been very intense. That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 48 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also talked about the upcoming end of life release of PHP 5.3, getting information of parameter type hinting with reflection, using object methods on native data types, security problems of OAuth implementations, and the built-in support of Composer to access password protected repositories.

Listen to the podcast now, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcript text to know more about these interesting PHP discussions.


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232. Is the Hack Language Going to Replace PHP? - Lately in PHP podcast episode 46

Posted on: 2014-04-21

The release of the Facebook Hack language has shaken the PHP community since it implements several frequently requested features that were never implemented, many users are considering to drop PHP in favor of Hack.

This was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins on the episode 46 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also talked about the OpenSSL Heartbleed security bug may affect PHP sites or not, ideas for the PHP 6 engine, the need for an official PHP specification, and an advanced email validation that can provide suggestions for address typos like Google did you mean feature.

Now listed to the podcast, or watch the hangout video or read the transcript to learn more about these interesting PHP topics.


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231. OpenSSL Serious Security Bug: Does it Affect Your PHP sites?

Posted on: 2014-04-10

Just a few days ago it was publicly announced a serious security bug called Heartbleed that affects secure sites based on the OpenSSL library.

Read this article to learn more about this security problem, how to test if your Web server or SSH server is vulnerable, how it may affect your PHP sites, what you should do to fix the problem.


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229. The Security of Future PHP Versions - Lately in PHP podcast episode 45

Posted on: 2014-03-12

As the plans for the upcoming PHP 5.6 and PHP 6 versions are being finalized, some of the proposals are about improving the security of these future PHP versions.

That has been one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and CÚsar Rodas on the episode 45 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also have talked about several other types of proposals and ideas for PHP 6, as well a tutorial on How to Use a Webcam to take Pictures in PHP Application.

Now listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video or read the transcript text to learn more about these interesting PHP topics that were discussed.


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220. What Happened in the Security Attack to PHP.net? - Lately in PHP podcast episode 41

Posted on: 2013-11-18

As you may be aware, the PHP.net site was the target of security attack that made it spread malware for a while. The circumstances of this attack were the main topic of discussion between Manuel Lemos, Jim Malico of OWASP and Chris Cornutt of PHPDeveloper.org.

They also commented on the latest efforts to make PHP more secure, as well what PHP developers can do to develop more secure Web sites and applications, and minimizing the damages of eventual security attacks.

This podcast is totally dedicated to PHP security matters and is strongly recommended in particular for security conscientious PHP developers.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video or read the transcript to learn more about the details of the security discussions they had.


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218. More New Features for PHP 5.6 - Lately in PHP podcast episode 40

Posted on: 2013-10-15

The proposals of new features for PHP 5.6 continue to come. Several new interesting features are being discussed like named parameters, anonymous classes, nested classes, among other proposals.

This was the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert in episode 40 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

Now listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcript to learn what are all the new proposed features and what they think about them.


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206. Using Grep to Find Security Vulnerabilities in PHP code

Posted on: 2013-05-07

Finding all security vulnerabilities in a piece of code may be hard as it requires in depth analysis of what the code does. However, simple security vulnerabilities follow certain code style patterns that are easier to find with simple search tools.

Read this article to learn how you can find certain types of security vulnerabilities very quickly using the grep program.


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182. Making the Web Faster with HTTP 2 Protocol

Posted on: 2012-05-03

The HTTP protocol version 2.0 is in the process of being defined. There was a call for proposals and several researchers submitted specifications and ideas that can make the Web faster and better in several other aspects.

Read this article to learn about the details of these proposals and what Web developers can expect to prepare to take advantage of the planned improvements of the HTTP 2.0 protocol.


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