Posted on: 2012-02-03
Meanwhile Debian Linux maintainers decided to stop enabling the Suhosin extension by default. This extension is used by several Linux distributions to provide protection against present and future security bugs of PHP.
Read this article to learn more about the just fixed bug what you should do to avoid these security issues. You can also learn more what is the current PHP security status and the importance of the Suhosin extension to prevent PHP security problems.
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Posted on: 2012-01-12
Read this article to learn more about this vulnerability and what you can do to avoid that your servers running PHP may be brought down due to this problem.
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Posted on: 2010-08-13
This article explains better what this means in practice and how it will affect the site users.
Several new measures were implemented to provide better security to protect user accounts and prevent eventual security exploits. Advice is provided to PHP developers in order to apply similar measures to take better care of the security of their sites.
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Posted on: 2009-07-06
This article reviews a bit of the history of how we got to HTML 5 and presents an overview of the enhancements that HTML 5 introduces to provide a better Web.
It also presents a reflection about whether HTML 5 will render useless browser extensions like Flash, Silverlight and Java.
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Posted on: 2009-01-30
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Posted on: 2007-06-20
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Posted on: 2007-04-25
This message also explains recent changes that were made to the site newsletter user options to reduce the site bandwidth usage to keep the hosting costs on budget.
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Posted on: 2006-06-28
An extensive explanation is provided about the security concerns of presenting content from untrusted sources, specifically those that may lead to security abuses known as cross-site scripting.
Several solutions to prevent cross-site script exploits are presented. A solution named "safe domain" used by the site, that is not very well known, is presented in detail.
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Posted on: 2003-07-24
That would not be a problem if such experts would not use the knowledge about those vulnerabilities to compromise our systems and cause any harm.
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