Ways To Increase Security

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Wed Jul 10, 2002 5:26 am

I am new to PHP, and somewhat new to web programming (not client side programming) in general. I was wondering on some simple ways to increase security in a website. Im not looking for any extravagent (like obtaining a digital certificate or using https://) but just some simple things that I can do to increase the confidence when people leave me information such as their name, email address, location, etc. Links to some sites on this topic would be great. Thanks for any advice

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Wed Jul 10, 2002 6:17 am

elitecodex wrote:I am new to PHP, and somewhat new to web programming (not client side programming) in general. I was wondering on some simple ways to increase security in a website. Im not looking for any extravagent (like obtaining a digital certificate or using https://) but just some simple things that I can do to increase the confidence when people leave me information such as their name, email address, location, etc. Links to some sites on this topic would be great. Thanks for any advice

Will



Hi Will!
For more securing your pages (internet/intranet) you can useing session more read at the:
http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.session.php
or
http://www.php.net/manual/en/security.php
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Wed Jul 10, 2002 6:24 am

Thank you

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Thu Jul 18, 2002 1:27 am

elitecodex wrote:I am new to PHP, and somewhat new to web programming (not client side programming) in general. I was wondering on some simple ways to increase security in a website. Im not looking for any extravagent (like obtaining a digital certificate or using https://) but just some simple things that I can do to increase the confidence when people leave me information such as their name, email address, location, etc. Links to some sites on this topic would be great. Thanks for any advice

Will


my suggestion . You should say to your clients that all forms are not trasmitted via email (brrrrr) , but stored on a temporary server directory and encrypted.

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