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Good points from all of you. Think security will always be a tough one to crack, but lots to think about.
Thankyou for your help.
NogDog - you are correct. There are approx 18 columns being called in each table (5 of them) out of 20 columns. The other 2 being my verification (userid and email)
It would seems that there is very little you can do to make truly secure websites and that the onus is ultimately on the end user.
If I understand correctly, I guess that enforcing longer/complex...
Am having lots of questions pop up, so am posting them as I think them..hope you don't mind :)
Having read that ideally, you should not use SELECT * and specify which columns you want instead,...
Thanks for the feedback!
codefish - was typing quickly, i meant to use my own salt, not hash..
With regard to encrypting and searching fields, couldnt you use the same encryption key and search...
I have been reading up a lot on hashing and site security recently.
I have always had a few doubts about hashing though most likely just due to lack of understanding...
1. If a database is...
I have changed my code substantially and tidied it up. Please ignore all previous coding.
It is now as follows -
ok..silly answer for that, I forgot the c++ at the end, so that part is working, though am still getting two entries in the members db now :/
have been working on a few ideas about linking strings together, and have come across a related problem...
when adding a new member, i am using the following (shortened for viewing):
Hi. I am trying to save myself some coding and am thinking an array would help.
I have 5 tables in database called plan1, plan2 etc.. with each one having 9 columns (tot1, tot2, tot3, tot4, etc..)...
please dont let it be that simple....
dammit....lmao... it is. I have been round the block a hundred times trying to work this out...
thank you loads :)
I have closed this question in the sql forum here as I now think its a php issue.
I have a strange bug in that an old session variable seems to be recalled if there is a page refresh. I have...
Am going to mark this thread as closed as it is a php question.
I am starting to believe this is a "bug" of sorts... I have merged the two databases into one. I have also put all of the contents into one page (removing the need for "require") to help source the...
mysql_query("UPDATE members SET loggedin = '0' WHERE email = '$_SESSION[email]'...
Hope this will make sense to you....
1-apply to join
3-forgotten password - get retrieve info
4-forgotten password - write new password*/
The reason I have showed only this is because this is the code where the problem lies. I have a few thousand lines. I have protected against injection attacks, I was trying to find out if there are...
Hi. I am have a members site with 2 databases. This is working perfectly in normal use, however, I am now trying to make it bullet-proof by adding a few security features (ie - if they hit F5)
Just in case I have not explained propery, I will try and be more clear.
I am trying to display a parallelogram shaped image (I already know how to create a slideshow).
I can create a similar...
Hi. I am looking to create a shaped image with a slideshow.
If i can point you to http://hocusfocus.no/
I really like this design and am looking to do something similar, with an image folders...
Free security software advice is a bit tricky in my opinion, as it will never be as good the paid ones (I feel a few disagreements coming...lol).
Especially when you have companies like kaspersky...
ok....its taken me 3 days to un-confuse myself....you were right. I know this can be done using an iframe - but really want to stay away from them if poss (unless you think this would be an...
The site will be a members site, used for looking up entertainers and being able to communicate with them.
It works in a similar vein to Facebook, but with a more specific goal.
There are two...
Thats great to know - thank you. Do you know if there are any example scripts anywhere on this, am still having difficulty calling "id".
$myid = $_GET['id'];
echo "ID number=...