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By Jeremy Morgan
Submitted: Jun 14 2014 / 13:09

PHP has gotten a bad rap over the years. There is plenty of discussion around it’s “Fractal of Bad Design” and syntactical inconsistencies but the chief complaint is generally security. Lots of PHP sites get hacked by the minute, and even some experienced and knowledgeable programmers will say that the language is inherently insecure. This is the book every developer should read to avoid building insecure scripts that make it easy for privileged information to get out
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