$unsafe_string = "This string contains tags."; $safe_string = escape_object($unsafe_string); // Output: "This string contains <script>alert('Malicious Script!');</script> tags."
$unsafe_data = array( "name" => "", "email" => "email@example.com" ); $safe_data = escape_object($unsafe_data); // Output: array("name" => "<script>alert('Malicious Script!');</script>", "email" => "firstname.lastname@example.org")In this example, the `$unsafe_data` variable contains an array with user input that includes a malicious script tag. The `escape_object` function is used to escape the data in the array, ensuring that the script is not executed when the data is processed. The package library for PHP Object Escape is not clear, as the library may be included in various PHP security libraries and frameworks. However, there are several standalone PHP libraries available for escaping strings in different contexts, including HTML, URLs, and SQL queries. Examples of such libraries include HTML Purifier, the Illuminate/Support package, and the Zend\Filter\InputFilter class.