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Subject:Google'ized
Summary:Looking for a solution to replace php if..
Messages:2
Author:Here Fun
Date:2015-08-18 07:15:21
Update:2015-08-18 19:39:17
 

 


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Here Fun - 2015-08-18 19:22:59
Once it's official Google is involved, I'll be ditching php on my servers and not upgrading any clients servers with the package, looking into other solutions...
It's hard to convey exactly what is getting under my skin about google.. but to sum it up... the un-relenting onslaught of "needing" to know where we're at and what we're doing.. not to mention who they're piping all this info to...

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Manuel Lemos - 2015-08-18 19:39:17 - In reply to message 1 from Here Fun
Well PHP is Open Source, so you can audit every piece of code that will be contributed by anybody from Google or any other company.

Anyway, as mentioned in the podcast, the proposal of the Google researcher submitted first seems to be for a good purpose, automatically detect if your code is vulnerable to SQL injection security attacks.

If the proposal is not good, other PHP core developers will vote against it and nothing will be changed by anybody from Google.