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Version 0.6.1 of ZIDS (Zend Framework Intruder Detection System) has been released. You may download the source code here (Google Code).
If you don’t know yet what ZIDS is, or want to know how it works, please have a look at the manual
Unfortunately, I didn’t had the time to participate in this years ZendCon :-(. For all those of you who had the same problem: here are the slides of the talks. Nearly all of the slides are very interesting for all those of you involved in any kind of web project. Continue Reading…
The Zend Framework team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the general access release of Zend Framework 1.11.0. This release is the culmination of several months of effort by contributors and Zend Framework partners, and offers several key new features, including support for mobile devices and the first stable release of the SimpleCloud API.
You may download the release from the following location:
ZIDS (the Zend Framework Intruder Detection System) is a ZF plugin I released a few weeks ago which uses PHP-IDS and enables you to detect attacks against your website and to deal with such attacks, e.g. by logging the attack, by sending an email to the admin, etc.
Today, ZIDS has been mentioned on the official PHP-IDS blog:
ZIDS: an easy to install and use PHPIDS implementation by Christian Koncilia. It ships with a very good manual and clearly is one of the best and most well done PHPIDS ports ever written. If you use the Zend Framework make sure you check out the ZIDS
So, if you are using Zend Framework and if you want to make your web applications more secure, I would be happy if you download and use ZIDS.