PHP with Security

PHP with Security

PHP with Security

Improving the Security of Your Site by Breaking Into it

Every day, all over the world, computer networks and hosts are being broken into.The level of sophistication of these attacks varies widely; while it is generally believed that most break-ins succeed due to weak passwords, there are still a large number of intrusions that use more advanced techniques to break in. Less is known about the latter types of break-ins because by their very nature they are much harder to detect.

CERT. SRI. The Nic. NCSC. RSA. NASA. MIT. Uunet. Berkeley.
Purdue. Sun. You name it, we’ve seen it broken into. Anything that is
on the Internet (and many that isn’t) seems to be fairly easy game. Are
these targets unusual? What happened?.

Fade to…

A young boy, with greasy blonde hair, sitting in a dark room. The room
is illuminated only by the luminescence of the C64’s 40 character
screen. Taking another long drag from his Benson and Hedges cigarette,
the weary system cracker telnets to the next faceless “.mil” site on his
hit list. “guest — guest”, “root — root”, and “system — manager” all
fail. No matter. He has all night… he pencils the host off of his
list, and tiredly types in the next potential victim…

This seems to be the popular image of a system cracker. Young,
inexperienced, and possessing vast quantities of time to waste, to get into just one more system. However, there is a far more dangerous type of system cracker out there. One who knows the ins and outs of the latest security auditing and cracking tools, who can modify them for specific attacks, and who can write his/her own programs. One who not only reads about the latest security holes but also personally discovers bugs and vulnerabilities. A deadly creature that can both strike poisonously and hide its tracks without a whisper or hint of a

How Do I Prevent Web Application Vulnerabilities?

Every year OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) release Top 10 Web Application Vulnerability

  1. SQL injection
  2. Broken Authentication And Session Managment
  3. Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  4. Insecure Direct Object References
  5. Security Misconfiguration
  6. Sensitive Data Explosure
  7. Missing Function Level Access Control
  8. Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
  9. Using Component with Known Vulnerabilities
  10. Unvalidated Redirects and Forwords

CLass Room Training

CORE PHP with Security

Time Duration 30 Days (3hrs/day Demonstrations and Training) accordingly Or 3 month (1hrs/day)

Advantage: Basic Networking is Included

  1. HTML & HTML5
  3. PHP
  4. CSS
  5. PHP with MYSQL
  6. WordPress
  7. Project


  1. Module 1: PHP Script
  2. Module 2: Control Statement
  3. Module 3: PHP Functions
  4. Module 4: PHP Arrays
  5. Module 5: PHP Strings
  6. Module 6: PHP Math
  7. Module 7: PHP Form
  8. Module 8: PHP Include
  9. Module 9: State Management
  10. Module 10: PHP File
  11. Module 11: Upload Download
  12. Module 12: PHP Mail
  13. Module 13: PHP MySQL


  1. Module 1: Introduction
  2. Module 2: Structure
  3. Module 3: Text
  4. Module 4: Lists
  5. Module 5: Links
  6. Module 6: Images
  7. Module 7: Tables
  8. Module 8: Blocks
  9. Module 9: Classes
  10. Module 10: Responsive
  11. Module 11: Layout
  12. Module 12: Forms
  13. Module 13: Extra Markup
  14. Module 14: Flash, Video & Audio


  1. Module 1: Introduction CSS
  2. Module 2: Color
  3. Module 3: Text
  4. Moduel 4: Boxes
  5. Module: 5: List
  6. Module 6: Tables
  7. Module 7: Forms
  8. Module 8: Layout
  9. Module 9: Images
  10. Module 10: HTML5 Layout
  11. Module 11: Process & Design


  1. Module 1: Introduction
  2. Module 2: Where Java Script Use
  3. Module: 3: Syntax
  4. Module 4: Changing HTML Content
  5. Module 5: Changing Value of an Attribute
  6. Module 6: Popup Boxes
  7. Module 7: Confirm Box
  8. Module 8: Prompt Box & Line Break

PHP/MYSQL with Security

For our agenda in this topic:

Utilize CRUD statements in MySQL – Create, read, update and delete records in a database.

Simple authentication and security – Logging in and out, handling unauthorized users (SQL injection Flaw) and restricting access.

Simple time and date manipulation – Displaying time and date postings and monitoring your posts.

Displaying public and private data – Simply display information for logged-in users only and for the public

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