7 Most Common PHP Vulnerabilities

Website security is something that a lot of people don’t unfortunately really think about as an ongoing issue. This is especially the case if they’re using a big name to build their website, such as WordPress, and assume that it will do all the work for them....

How to Run PHP Files

If you’re new to PHP programming, you may be wondering how you can run a file. After all, writing code is only part of the battle with programming—you need to know how to execute your code. With an HTML file, all you need to do is double-click the file and it’ll open...

PHP Security Consortium Launches New Project – PHPSecInfo

Ed Finkler of the PHP Security Consortium has launched a new project to help developers and system administrators audit PHP environments. PHPSecInfo provides a simple-to-use security audit system for the PHP environment, with a look and feel similar to that of the...

Daniel Convissor Elected as Principal

We are happy to welcome Daniel Convissor as a Principal of the PHPSC. For the past few months, Daniel has been providing summaries of the SecurityFocus newsletters, highlighting alerts that are relevant to PHP developers:...

The [phpsec-news] Mailing List Launches

On 01 Apr 2005, the PHP Security Consortium will begin to offer a monthly newsletter. All PHP developers concerned with security and the affairs of the PHP Security Consortium are encouraged to subscribe to the [phpsec-news] mailing list. This is a very low volume,...