Happy Monday fellow Linux geeks and Open Source enthusiasts! In this week's newsletter we introduce eight best practices for PHP security that will help keep your website safe from hackers and malicious users, and how application pentesting can be used to find vulnerabilities in your code.

We also examine how a VPN is effective for Linux users, why we love Surfshark VPN, and how to install Surfshark on Kali Linux.

Finally, we explain how using a WAF could greatly improve the security of your web applications, what makes a good WAF, and some open-source and commercial WAFs we love.

Hope you enjoy!

Yours in Open Source,

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Best Practices for PHP Security

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Installing SurfShark VPN On Kali Linux: The Authoritative Guide

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How a WAF Could Improve the Security of Your Linux Web Applications

Learn about how using a WAF could greatly improve the security of your web applications, what makes a good WAF, and some open-source and commercial WAFs we love.

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