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1. How to Implement Secure PHP Hashing Algorithms to Detect When Sensitive Data May Have Been Altered Without Your Permission

Blog: PHP Hash Blake2 package blog
Package: PHP Hash Blake2

Blake is a hashing algorithm used to create hash values from sets of data.

The hash values can be used to verify if a given data block was modified during an eventual security attack.

Such security attacks are usually aimed to alter data or programs that could make them work in a dangerous way for the users that receive that data or programs.

This package provides a pure PHP solution to implement the Blake 2 hashing algorithm.


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1. How to Create a PHP Password Database File to Use with KeePass Password Manager

Blog: PHP KeePassX Writer package blog
Package: PHP KeePassX Writer

KeePass is a password management application that allows its users to securely store passwords that can be used to access certain sites.

With this application, users do not need to remember and type those passwords every time they need to access a site that is protected by requiring its users to enter a password.

This package allows PHP scripts to run from the command line to create a database file with given site passwords.


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1. How Can PHP Encrypt Data Incrementally to Encrypt Large Blocks of Data Split in Multiple Blocks

Blog: Kravatte PHP Keccak Farfalle package blog
Package: Kravatte PHP Keccak Farfalle

Kravatte is a function that implements a cryptography approach that can be used to encrypt data incrementally as a sequence of blocks of data that can be appended to the encryption output.

This approach is useful when you need to encrypt a stream of data with a length that is unknown initially.

This class implements a pure PHP based solution to encrypt and decrypt data using the Kravatte Farfalle construction.


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1. How to Integrate a PHP Phonebook Example Component in a Web Application

Blog: PHP PhoneBook package blog
Package: PHP PhoneBook

Some applications need to allow users to manage their contact phone numbers.

This package provides a phone book management application component that can be integrated in other applications that use the MVC design pattern, so it can be useful in many projects of other developers.


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2. How Can PHP Redirect to Page in Your Site Users to Go to an External Site

Blog: PHP Redirect to Page Class package blog
Package: PHP Redirect to Page Class

Redirecting users that access your Web site can be useful keep track of the statistics of users that click on links. It can also be used to show a message the users that click on a link before redirecting to the destination page.

Read this short tutorial article to learn how to achieve this in a simple way to another


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1. How to Make PHP Prepared Statements Cache Be Used to Run Faster the Same Query Using Different Parameter Values

Blog: Easydb Cache package blog
Package: Easydb Cache

Prepared statements are used to execute SQL queries from template strings. Those templates have marks which will be replaced by query parameter values before the query is executed.

Using prepared statements adds some overhead to the time it takes to execute a query because the query template string needs to be parsed first before the parameter values are replaced.

This class implements prepared query caching, so it avoids the overhead of parsing the same prepared statement query every time it needs to execute the same query, even if it uses different parameter values.


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1. How Can PHP Attach Files to Post Using XOOPS CMS

Blog: xmdoc package blog
Package: xmdoc

XOOPS is a popular PHP content management system that can be used to create posts in HTML pages.

Some sites need to be able to make certain files available for download. Those files are usually associated to a given page from which the users can download the files.

This package implements a XOOPS module that allows publishers to manage the files to be attached to a given post published using XOOPS.


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1. How to Simplify the Creation of a PHP Controller for MVC Applications Using Multiple Action Classes

Blog: Gectrl PHP Generic Controller Class package blog
Package: Gectrl PHP Generic Controller Class

Model-View-Controller (MVC) based applications allow developers to structure their applications in separate classes that have different roles.

This possibility makes it easier to develop and maintain PHP applications.

The package allows to simplify further the implementation of MVC based applications by providing a generic controller class that can call separate classes to implement each type of action that the controller class is configured to handle.


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1. How to Implement a Good PHP Password Recovery Solution Using Reconstitution to Help the User

Blog: Yet Another Hash Package package blog
Package: Yet Another Hash Package

Passwords are a common way to authenticate users that need to access to sensitive information. Unfortunately many users forget their passwords and need to use a method to recover their passwords.

Read this article to learn about how to implement the password recovery method using reconstitution in a PHP based application using password hashing to make it more secure.


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2. How to Use a PHP GUI Framework to Build Desktop Based Applications that Work in Different Operating Systems

Blog: PHP FFI IUP package blog
Package: PHP FFI IUP

The UIP toolkit is a library that can be used to build desktop based graphical user interfaces (GUI) that can work in different operating systems.

This package provides a solution for creating GUI based PHP applications by providing means to call the UIP toolkit library on Linux.


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