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#21 redarrow

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Posted 20 July 2006 - 11:30 PM

Let me say this.

If your intrests as a haker was for 10 years then why are we having this conversation as a old hacker you should easly identify the faults in all your code.

In this day and age it's a common solution to get a book and learn tricks how to hack online computers and websites there are all sort of information out there and also well easy to understand and do,

but your a web designer know so dont worry your self on your site being hacked as you goto get listed high in google  to get properly hacked as you no.

most hackers will look for ports hanging off routers and then get what they want and go.

if you keep your code clean and secure in valadating properly and do your best then there no problam ok.

dont exspect to be able to do php programming as a high end programmer enjoy your self.

if  you get hacked you get hacked if your stupid enough to include all inportant information like credit card detail and address ect ect in a session then exspect to be hacked otherwise enjoy

good luck.

Wish i new all about php DAM i will have to learn

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Posted 21 July 2006 - 01:16 AM

thanks for the advice I appreciate it, I will just use the sessions normally then.


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