This courses teaches you security best practices for PHP.
Protecting your PHP websites and web apps is as important as building one if not more important. Creating a PHP project that is not secure will not just put you in jeopardy but your users as well. It could cost you a hell of a lot if you don’t protect your PHP code to high degree. Hackers live off of attacking, stealing, manipulating code. And if you don’t protect your code you could be the next victim to those hackers.
Unfortunately, many developers completely ignore security when they build a website using PHP. And PHP have always had a bad reputation, many people think that the problem is with the language itself, however, that’s not true. The fact is that most developers don’t take security into account while developing a project and blame anything happens to their project on PHP.
In this course, however, I will teach you security best practices for PHP. You will learn the most common attacks that could happen to your code and how hackers could attack your code. You will also learn how to protect your PHP from these attacks. There are so many ways by which your website could be attacked and one of these methods in SQL injection. For example, in this course, I’ll be explaining what SQL injection is and how to protect your site from it.
By the end of this course you will have learned the most important techniques you need to follow in order to protect your PHP projects. Being able to build an efficient PHP code will put you on the right track to becoming a professional PHP developer.
Why should you take this course?
There are many reasons why this course is extremely important.
1. First, creating a PHP project that is not secure will not just put you in jeopardy but your users as well.
2. Second, if you don’t protect your code you could be the next victim to there hackers.
3. Being able to build an efficient PHP code will put you on the right track to becoming a professional PHP developer.
What you will learn in this course?
1. Install project environment & create project.
2. Run PHP project files.
3. The most common attacks that hackers use.
4. How to protect your PHP code from attacks.
5. How to apply best practices to your PHP code.
6. How to protect your PHP code from SQL injection.
7. How to protect passwords.
8. How to protect users that visit your websites that are build using PHP.
9. How to secure PHP forms.
10. How to protect your PHP websites from cross site scripting.
11. Best practices and techniques.
12. Session hijacking.
13. Much much more…