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Knowledge Sharing on Hardening Web Application Security (Apache, PHP, MySQL)

Venue: Makmal Komputer 2, Fakulti Teknologi & Sains Informasi, KUIS

Time/Date/Day : 8am-5pm/10&11 July 2008/ Thursday-Friday
Prerequisite : Any server-side scripting knowledge (PHP/ASP/JSP/ColdFussion/etc) and HTML


Workshop Content

Day 1 (10/7/2008): Web Application Security
0830 - 0900 Registration

0900 Introduction to Web Application Security
The need of Secure Programming
1000 Tea break
1030 Remote File Inclusion Vulnerability
SQL Injection Vulnerability
1300 – 1400 Lunch and Solat
1400 – 1700 Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Vulnerability
Remote File Inclusion Vulnerability
Input Validation Vulnerability

Day 2 (11/7/2008): Web Application Security – Hands-on
0830 Hands-on – Hardening your PHP application
Hardening your Apache
0930 Break - tea
1000 Hardening your PHP
Hardening your MySQL and phpMyAdmin
1230 – 1430 Lunch and Solat Jumaat
1430 – 1700 PHP programming best practices
Security Issues in E-Payment


Registration fee (for non-FTSI lecturer only)
Individual : RM300 per person
Group registration : RM250 per person (minimum 3 person in a group)
Payment mode : Pls pay before attending the workshop, call/SMS 0129034614-Khirulnizam for payment instruction.


Location map : map of FTSI/KUIS

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