Protecting Your Web Application MySQL Data

John Storts
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Five Security Predictions for 2011

Fundamental changes are expected in the way IT organizations think about and manage security.

Developers using PHP and MySQL to create interactive Web applications and sites should check out our excerpt from "PHP and MySQL for Dummies."


The excerpt, "Protect Your Data," provides a fundamental overview of MySQL security, including the importance of controlling access. The excerpt also defines account names and hostnames, explains passwords and their characteristics and describes account privileges.


In addition, you can learn how to:

  • Set up new accounts and modify or delete existing accounts.
  • Change passwords.
  • Make data backups.
  • Repair and restore.


Keep your Web application database safe using these tips and techniques, brought to you courtesy of the Dummies Series.


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