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PHP Architect's Guide to PHP Security With the number of security flaws and exploits discovered and released every day constantly on the rise, knowing how to write secure and reliable applications is become more and more important every day. Written by Ilia Alshanetsky, one of the foremost experts on PHP security in the world, phparchitect's Guide to PHP Security focuses on providing you with all the tools and knowledge you need to bo... Full description

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  • Broché: 200 pages
  • Editeur : Marco Tabini & Associates, Inc (5 septembre 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0973862106
  • ISBN-13: 978-0973862102
  • Dimensions du produit: 19,1 x 1,1 x 23,5 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Francois Piat le 4 février 2007
Parmi les 4 ou 5 autres livres sur le sujet, c'est le meilleur que j'aie

lu sur PHP et la sécurité.

Ecris dans un anglais facilement compréhensible pour un non anglophone,

sans bla bla, avec des explications qui ne se limitent pas à la surface

des choses et des exemples de code d'une clareté et d'une simplicité

remrarquable ...

Un "petit" livre, seulement 10 chapitres, mais que tout développeur PHP

devrait avoir lu.

L'auteur a une connaissance approfondie des mécanismes internes de PHP

et ça fait toute la différence avec les autres livres sur le sujet qui

ne sont parfois qu'une compilation d'articles du net que tout le monde

a déja lu.

Achetez le, volez le ou hackez le, mais si vous faites du développement

PHP vous devez l'avoir à côté de votre clavier.
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21 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An OK book, but lots of errors and examples weren't great 21 novembre 2007
Par RivulentDotCom - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a programmer with 7 years experience, I already had a fair amount of knowledge about PHP security, but it was all self-taught. I will say that I was able to learn a few new things and pick up a few strategies from this book.

Overall, I wouldn't say I was disappointed with the book, but I definitely wasn't impressed. There were numerous misspellings, typos, and (in a few cases) words missing altogether. With my knowledge I considered these typos to be fairly minor, but someone with less experience may become confused by a few of them.

In one case, a variable in one of the coding examples was actually mis-keyed. If someone were to copy the example verbatim, it would not behave as expected. That type of error should never occur in a book like this.

The various chapters do contain useful information, but the code examples are pretty lame. Don't buy this book if you're looking for specific, real-world, useful examples on how to implement your security measures, but if you already have enough PHP experience to figure out ways of implementing the *concepts* presented in this book, then it may be worthwhile picking up.

Experienced PHP programmers with some security experience will probably find a few useful tidbits, and anyone looking to truly maximize the security of their web applications would definitely benenfit from the sheer number of concepts presented in this book. However, many PHP developers will likely agree that a number of the concepts presented are somewhat superfluous, or rendered obsolete by other concepts.

In many cases the author will provide a concept for securing an application, provide an example of how to do it, and then proceed to explain why that method is NOT the best method to use. Someone looking for a quick-use reference manual of the most effective ways to secure your application will probably not enjoy this book.

BOTTOM LINE: there's gotta be better books on PHP security available for beginners, intermediate developers, and professionals alike. Only buy this book if you're interested in a large number of concepts and don't care about clear and specific examples of real-world implementation.

Advice to the Author/Publisher: Fix the typos and put the missing words back in! Expand on your code examples and provide more real-world application. Choose better naming conventions for your variables in your examples - no one wants to guess at what the variable "$e" represents, use "$elements" instead. Compile a chapter of "Top 10 security exploits and how to avoid them" using your recommended methods for the various exploits (or something similar). As it stands now, your readers not only have to work through the errors and the poor examples, they also have to decode which of your concepts are worth actually implementing, since so many of them have loopholes, provide other vulnerabilities, or simply "aren't enough" to truly secure the application.
14 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Short, fast, and to-the-point (no fluff and I love it) 6 décembre 2005
Par Chris Charlton - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book isn't large at all, 10 chapters and thin (called a nano-book), so you may feel like you won't learn much - WRONG! I just got this book last week and I swear, this is one of the only books I've ever seen that gets to the point instantly.

As for the example code - fast, small, and no wasted time declaring variables or basic stuff.

Don't get this book if you're just learning PHP - get this book after writing your first PHP forms!!!
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great Book For Beginners 23 août 2007
Par David Chez - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book was real helpful. I really didn't know much about the topics so I found it a good introduction. If you are even semi-knowledgeable about this area, I would recommend another book.
6 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Best of the Best 3 février 2007
Par Francois Piat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Best of the best of all other books i've read about PHP Security. Easily comprehensible (even for a frenchy like me), no bla-bla, explanations which are not limited to a surface layer but go deeply under the hood (Paranoid attitude says Milos), examples of code which are limpid, simple to understand, include, and implement ...

The author have knowledge of the inner working procedure of PHP, and it makes the difference with others books or compilation of articles found on the Net. Yes, this book is thin, yes, it has only 10 chapters, and yes, i have found immediately what i was waiting for a long time.

Buy it, steal it, hack it, but if you write PHP app, you must read this book.

Four thumbs up (the hands and the feet)
Concise, comprehensive, essential 18 novembre 2007
Par lazy lester - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After a website of mine was hacked I decided I needed to be better informed about php/mysql security, so I bought this book. I now refer to it very frequently. It seems short but there's no fluff and it's right to the point. The author clearly understands the internals of php, apache and mysql very well. If you're writing php, this book is essential on your bookshelf.
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