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Best practices when it comes to writing plugins is a frequently asked question on the wp-hackers mailing list. Good news: Mark Jaquith, one of the WordPress core developers, has an ebook planned:

Too many WordPress plugins have security issues. Solution: I'm writing a short e-book on how to write secure WordPress plugins.

I'll buy.

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  1. Robert says:

    Thanks for sharing …
    It's so lucky to found your post
    I will bookmark it.

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