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Configuration-driven PHP security advice considered harmful

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Scott Arciszewski debunks the commonly given advice on securing your PHP installation by setting some php.ini values.

There have been countless examples posted in various places (Reddit, Hacker News, Twitter, Facebook, Slashdot, and even LinkedIn group discussions), and while a handful occasionally contain one or two tips that might be beneficial towards securing your PHP applications, almost all of the advice they contain is either wrong, a huge waste of time, downright silly, or all of above.

As part of a team that specializes in application security (in particular: securing PHP applications), I feel it's high time someone cleared the air about this advice.

https://paragonie.com/blog/2017/01/configuration-driven-php-security-advice-considered-harmful

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