Category: Tutorials

OpenSSH client vulnerabilities: CVE-2016-0777 and CVE-2016-0778

Two new vulnerabilities, CVE-2016-0777 and CVE-2016-0778, were found yesterday on the OpenSSH project which allows a malicious SSH server to steal the client’s private keys when using the roaming undocumented feature. So, if you have to connect to any server that is not under your control (including git over SSH through third-party services like GitHub or […]

January 15 / 2016

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Changing the version of PHP in shared hosting

PHP 5.3 and 5.4 are no longer supported, so they won’t get fixes for security vulnerabilities and bugs. Unfortunately, most PHP projects still use these versions. From ServerGrove, we highly recommend you all to upgrade to supported versions of PHP, especially 5.6 and 7.0. PHP 5.5 is not actively supported but it will receive fixes […]

December 23 / 2015

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Linters for PHP projects

Today’s projects are built up from dozens of different components, configuration files, third-party libraries, tests, build scripts, etc. And even if you have the greatest test suite, bad things can happen sometimes. It’s important to catch bugs as early as possible, and syntax validators can be a great (and easy) addition to your continuous integration […]

June 02 / 2015
Author Raul Fraile
Category PHP, Symfony, Tutorials
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Useful Linux command-line tools to work with PHP projects

Linux provides a lot of interesting command-line tools that we can use when working with PHP projects. In this post we give you some useful commands: Find all PHP files in the current directory Obviously, we can use the same command to get another types of files, such as TWIG or JSON files: Check the […]

April 23 / 2015

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Symfony2 components overview: Filesystem

The 15th post of the Symfony2 components series is focused on the Filesystem component, which provides some basic utilities to work with the filesystem. It extends PHP built-in functions such as mkdir() or copy() to make them more portable and easier to use and test. The problem PHP built-in functions for filesystem operations mimic common […]

April 22 / 2015

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