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The new version of ZIDS (Zend Framework Intruder Detection System) has been released. ZIDS Version 0.6.0 has many new features. Here are some of them:
- define any number of impact levels
- actions (log, email, redirect, etc.) are now plugins
- enables you to implement your own action plugins
- all parameters for all action plugins may be specified for each impact level or globally
- new option ‘loglevel’ which defines the level (e.g. ‘ALERT’, ‘EMERG’, …) used when logging a message
- define which module/controller/action to ignore. If you specify only a module, all requests to this module will be ignored. If you specify a module + controller, all actions in this controller will be ignored
Download Source code
You may download the source code here (Google Code).
If you would like to use SVN to check out the latest version, use the following code: svn checkout http://zids.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ zids-read-only
What is ZIDS / How-To / Etc.
“Never ever trust user input!” – ZIDS helps you follow this golden rule of programming web applications.
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In one of my last posts I shared some information about PHP-IDS (the PHP Intruder Detection System project) with you. In this article, I would like to share a few lines of code that will enable you to easily integrate PHP-IDS into your Zend Framework project. Furthermore, this little plugin allows you to easily define how to deal with possible attacks (e.g., send an email to the admin, make a log entry, or redirect the attacker to a special side).