Talk in English - US at Madison PHP Conference 2016
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PHP Session and Password Security
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Great talk! Very good speaker, knowledgable on topic and talk was the perfect mix of overview, demo/examples and actionable takeaways.
Very knowledgeable speaker. Covered material well.
Covered the topic well! :)
The demos and the presentation was excellent.
Great overview and examples. Very clear and concise.
Great talk, speaker went through the topic really well. The code examples were easy to follow and informative. The speaker was fun to listen to and had good crowd control.
Good overview of sessions and password hashing. So many sites out there aren't yet using the most secure methods of hashing or protecting the session and this talk gave a good overview on just how easy it is to add a high level of security to your sites.
This talk was well-organized and the speaker was very easy to listen to. I especially liked the real-world demos showing the concepts being discussed.
One small critique was that some of the slides and many of the demos were very difficult to see clearly.
Good overview with concepts implemented in real-world scenarios indicated the speaker was well prepared. A most informative "alert" message.
Elliott was able to clearly share his knowledge on session and password security in a fun and light-hearted way complete with examples and his own live demo on his website for the audience to play with (learn from) later on.
Not only informative but entertaining, it certainly seems like Elliott enjoys speaking as much as he is skilled at it.
Well put together talk. Use of examples/slides all tied in well. Enjoyed it.
Would have liked to learn more about the recent changes in php70... new session related directives, etc. Maybe reiterate how to use session_regenerate_id when escalating user privileges.
This talk was informative and showed a few examples of the importance of password security. I enjoyed the presentation, but thought it was inappropriate to include politics in a talk about password security.
Engaging and clear. I appreciated the distinction between encoding and encryption. Demos worked smoothly. Some of the screens would have been difficult to read if I hadn't been in the front row. Maybe it would be good to move some of the key material from live into slides for that reason, or otherwise find a way to make the display more accessible.