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'''June 26, 2006 - [[PHP Top 5|OWASP PHP Top 5 Released]]'''
 
'''June 26, 2006 - [[PHP Top 5|OWASP PHP Top 5 Released]]'''
  
OWASP is pleased to announce the immediate availability of OWASP [[PHP
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OWASP is pleased to announce the immediate availability of OWASP [[PHP Top 5]]. The OWASP Top 5 is an education piece which provides up to date advice to PHP developers, hosters, and other PHP users. The Top 5 is produced by the [[:Category:OWASP_PHP_Project|OWASP PHP Project]].
Top 5]]. The OWASP Top 5 is an education piece which provides up to
 
date advice to PHP developers, hosters, and other PHP users. The Top 5 is produced by the [[:Category:OWASP_PHP_Project|OWASP PHP Project]].
 
  
The PHP Top 5 is based upon attack frequency in 2005 as reported to
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The PHP Top 5 is based upon attack frequency in 2005 as reported to Bugtraq. This information is a valuable insight into the most devastating attacks against the world's most popular web application framework.
Bugtraq. This information is a valuable insight into the most
 
devastating attacks against the world's most popular web application
 
framework.
 
  
In 2005, OWASP collaborated with SANS to research and write a
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In 2005, OWASP collaborated with SANS to research and write a completely new PHP section to their successful Top 20 2005. The OWASP PHP Top 5 is the full unabridged text, updated to reflect recent XSS attacks and SQL injection vectors.
completely new PHP section to their successful Top 20 2005. The OWASP
 
PHP Top 5 is the full unabridged text, updated to reflect recent XSS
 
attacks and SQL injection vectors.
 

Revision as of 08:53, 26 June 2006

June 26, 2006 - OWASP PHP Top 5 Released

OWASP is pleased to announce the immediate availability of OWASP PHP Top 5. The OWASP Top 5 is an education piece which provides up to date advice to PHP developers, hosters, and other PHP users. The Top 5 is produced by the OWASP PHP Project.

The PHP Top 5 is based upon attack frequency in 2005 as reported to Bugtraq. This information is a valuable insight into the most devastating attacks against the world's most popular web application framework.

In 2005, OWASP collaborated with SANS to research and write a completely new PHP section to their successful Top 20 2005. The OWASP PHP Top 5 is the full unabridged text, updated to reflect recent XSS attacks and SQL injection vectors.