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Secure coding guide for Developers, Analysts and Architects

Secure coding guide for Developers, Analysts and Architects

A guide to building and securing your app in a way that is easy to follow.

What you’ll learn

Secure coding guide for Developers, Analysts and Architects

  • There are seven different types of problems that can happen.
  • A few basic safety tips.
  • Patterns for security design.
  • PHP


  • Simple PHP code must be able to read.


I’ve been a PHP programmer for three years, and I’ve worked with windev to make AS-400 GUIs with it. I’m not very good at coding, but I do know how to protect myself. As an ethical hacker, it is my job to make the internet a better place for everyone to use. A person could do this alone, but it’s better to teach the people who need it and build security into the ground up.

What is this class?

Use what you learn in this class to improve the security of your applications. This class will teach you how to deal with several types of problems in a real-world way.

To start building, hacking, and securing your labs, all you need is an FTP client. We’ve set up an FTP server that you can use, so you don’t even need to set up your own server.

To finish things off, we go over the basics of security and show you how to write code that is safe.

This is for someone.

We have made this course fit any modern-day company that is trying to be more aware of cybersecurity from the ground up. Any member of the software development team can take this class. Analysts and architects can also take this class. It will make these techniques clear to anyone who knows at least a little bit about PHP.


1) You must be able to read about PHP.

2) An FTP client must be used.

Who this course is for:

  • Developers want to know about flaws.
  • People who design things want to make sure that there aren’t any holes in them before they can be used.
  • It’s for managers who want to learn more about how exploits work and how to hack.
  • Analysts want to make sure there aren’t any “sneaky” flaws in their work.

Secure coding guide for Developers, Analysts and Architects

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