A Practical discussion from the other side of web security. Everyone makes mistakes, and leaves security holes on their website (XSS, CSRF, Session Hijacking, SQL Injection). This talk instead of focusing on what to do to prevent these, instead is a crash course on what to do when you discover that the site HAS been hacked. How to track down the problem as quickly as possible so that you can close it.
Eli has worked in/on/around the internet for over 13 years, with the last 9 spent exclusively with PHP. He is currently Zend’s Community Manager and spends the bulk of his time interfacing with the PHP community. He has worked a number of varied jobs in the past, including TravelPod, Digg and for the Hubble Space Telescope Program. He is co-author of the book PHP 5 in Practice and has presented at numerous conferences.
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