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PHP. Login form code is OK?


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I created a login form for my system and I don't sure that it's enought for security to protect my website?

      // username and password sent from form 
      $stmt = $conn->prepare("SELECT Sale_ID FROM tb_sales WHERE Login_Name = ? AND Login_Password = ? LIMIT 1");
      $stmt->bind_param("ss", $_POST['username'], $_POST['password']);

      $res = $stmt->get_result(); 
      $count = mysqli_num_rows($res);
      if($count == 1) {
        // session_register("myusername");
         $_SESSION['login_user'] = $_POST['username'];
         echo "Login Succcess";
         //header("location: index.php");
      }else {
         echo "Your Login Name or Password is invalid";


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1. $_POST data can't be trusted, not just inside of SQL queries but also inside of $_SESSION.
2. You are not using remotely acceptable password practices. Learn about password hashing using and password_hash() and password_verify().

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