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PHP DevCenter: Securing a PHP Installation
Apr 18, 2001, 19 :34 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1826 reads) (Other stories by Darrell Brogdon)

"Since PHP is most commonly used as an Apache module, it derives its security model to a large degree from Apache, which, if configured properly, is a very secure environment. In cases where PHP is used as a CGI, this benefit is lost."

"Throughout this article we've covered how to evaluate your needs while considering issues of security. We've also covered security issues specific to the use of PHP and what you should be aware of when configuring PHP."

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