Hi,

I have a php script that can download a specific file

for example download.php?filename=file.txt or what ever it may be.

here is my code:

PHP Code:
<?php

$filename 
$_GET['filename'];

// Modify this line to indicate the location of the files you want people to be able to download
// This path must not contain a trailing slash.  ie.  /temp/files/download
$download_path "servlet-dwn-down-downloads04110/";
    
// Make sure we can't download files above the current directory location.
if(eregi("\.\."$filename)) die("I'm sorry, you may not download that file.");
$file str_replace(".."""$filename);
    
// Make sure we can't download .ht control files.
if(eregi("\.ht.+"$filename)) die("I'm sorry, you may not download that file.");
    
// Combine the download path and the filename to create the full path to the file.
$file "$download_path$file";
    
// Test to ensure that the file exists.
if(!file_exists($file)) die("I'm sorry, the file doesn't seem to exist.");
    
// Extract the type of file which will be sent to the browser as a header
$type filetype($file);

// Get a date and timestamp
$today date("F j, Y, g:i a");
$time time();

// Send file headers
header("Content-type: $type");
header("Content-Disposition: attachment;filename=$filename");
header("Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary");
header('Pragma: no-cache');
header('Expires: 0');
// Send the file contents.
set_time_limit(0);
readfile($file);

?>
<div align="center">
  <p><strong>Now Downloading</strong></p>
  <p class="style1">$filename</p>
  <p class="style1">Not downloading?</p>
  <p class="style1"><a href="<?php $filename ?>">Try again here</a>  </p>
</div>
Basically I would like it to prompt for a password if the filename contained the words filename-protected.txt the -protected part would be where the php will prompt for a password.

I was wondering if this is at all possible?

Thanks,

any help appreciated.

Wolveriene401