At 7:49 AM -0700 6/6/01, Ed Peddycoart wrote:
>It is a shared server....
Then you're vulnerable, unless the ISP can demonstrate otherwise.
>From: Paul DuBois [mailto:paul@stripped]
>Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2001 6:02 PM
>To: Jorge Oliveira; Ed Peddycoart
>Cc: Mysql@Lists. Mysql. Com
>Subject: RE: Need help on mysql/php
>At 10:37 PM +0100 6/5/01, Jorge Oliveira wrote:
>>You are right, your username and password will have to be on every PHP
>>script that needs to use database.
>>However, you don't have to be afraid because nobody can access the source
>>your PHP scripts - unless they are a good hacker!
>Actually, anyone else on the Web server host that has permission to
>install scripts for the Web server can access the source.
>I couldn't tell from the original message whether the Web server is
>shared with other people or not, but if you don't have your own
>server, you're exposed.
>>I think you should pay a visit to http://www.php.net to understand how PHP
>>works. Start with the basics and you will see that is reallY VERY simple.
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>Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped