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    Default avoid php pages getting hacked hi every body does any body have any idea on

    hi every body

    does any body have any idea on how to hack php pages or how to prevent hacking of php pages

    thanks in advance
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    Re: Default avoid php pages getting hacked hi every body does any body have any idea

    If you are wanting to protect the files themselves, then make sure your server is protected from being hacked. Use a secure password, and don't give it or your userid to anyone.

    If you are wanting to know how to secure your code so that a hacker cannot get into your database, then that is something else. It is called SQL injection. And as long as you "clean" any form data before inserting it into the database, you will be ok. Again, as long as you keep your database password secure.

    As for how to hack into a site, I will not help you with that. There is enough out there on how to do that, and I don't want to add to it or be held liable if the wrong person uses my tutorials.



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