Security components in cakephp

May 16, 2007 at 9:26 am 2 comments

I started following cakePhp since it’s .10 version and at those times the manual do not have enough to tell us about how it handles security. Luckily today, I paused work  to read “how to use the Sanitize and Security components” from IBM and I was glad I took the time. Security is really a must have in every form submission and gladly, cakePhp developers knows that and brought us simple ways to handle them. It is not the ultra easy way to do it, as developers, we still have to do something on our own but this is already a great stuff to lessen the workload, I hope.. The manual has been updated, i don’t know when since it’s been a long time when I last visited it, so you might also want to check that.

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  • 1. iPhone Gal  |  July 19, 2007 at 6:41 pm

    As a developer using CakePHP for the first time in an educational setting (marks for students) I can see how security *should* be a huge factor in many Cake apps. I’m glad to see this issue addressed. Cheers!

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  • 2. Ishmael Owens  |  November 27, 2012 at 11:36 am

    CakePHP development is an open source software and could be installed and customized based on the organizations requirements. Cake is truly a very effective platform that helps build dynamic sites easily.

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