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From:Jan Steinman Date:October 26 2002 12:55am
Subject:Re: phpmyadmin
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>From: Mitchell Wright <webmaster@stripped>
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>Is phpmyadmin secure?

I believe in the default install, it sends cleartext passwords. I use it on a trusted LAN
only, so I don't care, but you should probably buttress it's login with a .htaccess and
password.

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