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Security

We all know that there isn't a single language or platform that is totally secure, much in the same way that no matter how well you secure your house, its still possible to leave a door unlocked. However if your house has few locks, open windows and is in a bad neighborhood, shouldn't you do something about it? The house I am referring to is PHP, great for prototyping and building applications...
on Jul 26, 2006