Posts Tagged ‘Security’


PHP-IDS is an open-source IDS made for and in PHP. It is a collection of blacklist filters designed to detect common (and less common) intrusions that can occur in PHP applications, such as SQL injections.


PHPUnit is a unit testing framework written in and for PHP. It is extremely easy to run and re-run all your tests the moment you or a co-worker have finished implementing a new feature, and this can be done in the background while you work on another feature or project.

VoIP Security 101: A Brief Look at the Security Threats

VoIP is a relatively new technology and is facing a lot of challenges in competing with traditional telecommunication using TDM technology such as security. Here is a look at the top VoIP threats and how to avoid them.

Cross-site Scripting (XSS)

Cross-site scripting (XSS) is a type of vulnerability which was possible for a long time but grew exponentially from new technology formed from JavaScript and XML, AJAX.