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From:Jeroen Geusebroek Date:October 25 2002 4:52pm
Subject:RE: phpmyadmin
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If you are worried about security, don't run IIS! Now, that's
insecure! Use Apache, this also runs fine on windows.

PHP is as insecure as own programming is. If you program securely
then so is PHP.

My 2 cents.

-----Original Message-----
From: John Chang [mailto:johnec@stripped] 
Sent: vrijdag 25 oktober 2002 18:10
To: mysql list
Subject: RE: phpmyadmin

>If one cannot avoid using PHP how can I secure it?  I will initially
have 
>it on the same server as IIS.


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ConnectionArthur25 Oct
  • Re: ConnectionJocelyn Fournier25 Oct
  • phpmyadminMitchell Wright25 Oct
    • RE: phpmyadminEd Carp25 Oct
      • Re: phpmyadmin (OT)Thomas Seifert25 Oct
        • Re: phpmyadmin (OT)Mitchell Wright25 Oct
      • RE: phpmyadminJohn Chang25 Oct
        • RE: phpmyadminJeroen Geusebroek26 Oct
        • RE: phpmyadminEd Carp26 Oct
    • Re: phpmyadmin (OT)Mark Stringham25 Oct
    • InnoDB and auto_increment fieldsChris Boget25 Oct
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      • Re: InnoDB and auto_increment fieldsPaul DuBois26 Oct
    • Re: InnoDB and auto_increment fieldsChris Boget25 Oct
      • Re: InnoDB and auto_increment fieldsPete Harlan28 Oct
    • Re: InnoDB and auto_increment fieldsChris Boget28 Oct
Re: phpmyadminJan Steinman27 Oct