The OWASP Top Ten is a list of the ten most critical web application security flaws that researchers have found in the wild, ranked by level of threat. This list has been compiled by security experts from all around the world.
The OWASP Top Ten is a resource that web developers use to look for known vulnerabilities, exploits and counter-measures. PHP has its own unique set of exploits, but it also has built-in functions and methods to deal with those exploits.
In this course, Tuts+ instructor Michael Soileau will demonstrate examples of the attacks in the OWASP Top Ten, and will teach you how to harden your site and defend against each one of them.