[Tip#46] Security headers add important layers of defence to your apps, preventing data leaks, XSS and CSRF attacks, clickjacking, and more... Why are…
[Tip#45] The more dependencies your project has, the higher your risk of supply-chain attack is, and the less you're aware of what code is actually…
[Tip#44] Checkout that one simple trick... I mean... This is my favourite way to avoid XSS.
[Tip#43] It's essential for limiting bot attacks, and don't forget it on other sensitive routes like authentication...
[Tip#42] Validating single values is easy, but what about arrays?
[Tip#41] It's quite common to inject JSON into Blade templates - but is it safe?
[Tip#40] Let's complete the set of request input helpers and their security implications
[Tip#39] Not a new feature, but definitely worth knowing about.
[Tip#38] Let's take a look at another recent addition to Laravel's security features
[Tip#37] To celebrate the release of Laravel 10 this week, let's take a look at one of the new (security) features!
[Tip#36] Encoding/serialising data can be risky if you're not using the correct functions.
[Tip#35] It's easy to make innocent changes to one part of your app and forget to check how that flows into other parts of your app