Can I 100% rely on $_SERVER to be a safe source of data that I do not need to sanitized like I do $_GET and $_POST? Thanks. OVERVIEW OF RESPONSES: So it seems there is a consensus that some ...
I am working on a PHP sandbox for a Web Application Honeypot. The PHP sandbox will analyze a PHP file that may have been injected as part of an RFI attack. It should run the file in a safe environment ...
I have been creating selection boxes for years, yet I never knew you could modified it with firebug and submit them with nonpermitted values, of course this wouldn't happened if the code was secured. ...
Can anybody explain to me how proc_open() is affected when PHP is running in safe_mode? As far as i have noticed, the command to execute is appended to a '/' - is there anything else and is it ...
I know how a form tag is prone to CSRF which does not use any token (or any other challenge-response mechanism) but I was wondering how an iFrame can be used to cause XSRF attack and what would be the ...
Typically my job description limits me to code-review of web applications. More recently I've been asked to assist with some server-side PHP optimization where, although I am familiar with it, I lack ...
I'm assuming it means different layers of security from app-level security to server hardening to personnel training, but what are each of those layers and what are some good resources for each level ...
I am planning to start a new web site on asp.net mvc 2 (3). Have anybody a full (if possible) check list of actions, approaches I should reach to avoid almost problems with security.