Thank you everybody for your replies. Seems like I got an answer as no.
Thank you again,
On 1/30/07, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen@stripped> wrote:
> On 30/01/07, peter lovatt <peter.lovatt@stripped> wrote:
> > Hi
> > You probably cant make it 100% secure, because php is not a fully
> > language, and as such an expert techie could probably add extra code to
> > app that wouild allow access to the database, BUT you can get pretty
> > You will need to encrypt everything in the database using MySql
> > functions
> > http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/encryption-functions.html
> > This will mean you can only access the data using the password it was
> > encrypted with. This will stop anyone installing the database accessing
> > data using another MySql client.
> > Next you need to encrypt the php so that the user cannot get the
> > password. There are a couple of options I can think of, there are
> > more. The first is Zend Accelerator ( http://www.zend.com) , which I
> > compiles the php (check this though). The second is ioncube (
> > http://www.ioncube.com/) which is intended to prevent unauthorised
> access to
> > php code.
> > As above, your app needs MySql, and is not open source so you need a
> > licence.
> > Hope this helps
> > Peter
> Actually, I'm pretty sure that you _can_ compile PHP with the Zend
> Another option: host the MySQL server on your own hardware, and
> configure the php script to connect to that. Then you can control
> everything coming in/going out.
> What are you trying to protect? And what's the sense in protecting it
> such, if in any case the php script has access to it?
> Dotan Cohen
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