Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module H303. This topic is presented on public course PHP Techniques
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A delegate for tomorrow's PHP Techniques Course arrived early, and I've spent this afternoon taking a look at the fundamentals of what an "injection attack" is, and how to render attempts to attack your server using such methods harmless.
When you have a web application running, you'll be providing ...
|3698||How to stop forms on other sites submitting to your scripts|
From time to time, many of us web site authors and maintainers put a form on our site which submits data to another site. It might be something as simple as a Google seach box or a webmail login page.
If you're developing a page / form which you do not want to be filled in remotely in this way, you ...
|2238||Handling nasty characters - Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl, Lua|
Are your writing or maintaining a web based application that uses forms? If so, you have better be aware of some of the nasty characters that are around!
The < character, when echoed back from a users's input 'unchallenged', may form the start of a tag. So that in a relatively benign case, a user ...
|1911||Remember Me - PHP|
Here's a paradox for you as a web site designer, when putting together a web site which requires a login.
Most of your users are regulars, who really don't want the hassle of logging in every time they visit ... but at the same time, you can't allow blanket, long term logins as your site is often accessed ...
|1646||Using cookies and sessions to connect different URLs - PHP|
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Topics covered in this module
Welcoming your user back.
Keeping sessions apart - a multiuser application.
Avoiding double ordering - the back button issue.
Sign on, single sign on.
Credit Card - gathering and processing.
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