Last week, I received an email from someone who told me how the Suhosin patch had created problems for their team, and suggested that I write about it here. I thought this was a great idea, for a number of reasons. Particularly, Suhosin is one of those PHP patches that alters the way PHP operates in a fundamental fashion, yet also is installed by default in many places (for example, Ubuntu compiles this patch in by default on their installation).
For starters, what is Suhosin? Suhosin is a PHP patch that “hardens” PHP’s security features. The makers of Suhosin describe it in this way:
Wednesday, November 18th, 2009 @ 1:00 am |
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Categories: Best Practices, Security, Technology
Tags: gotchas, php development, Suhosin
A few weeks ago, Packt Publishing sent me a review copy of PHP Team Development. This free copy of the book was sent to me just in time for my vacation, and I had a chance to read it.
Friday, October 23rd, 2009 @ 8:32 am |
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Categories: Reviews, Technology
Tags: book review, packt, php development