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[SOLVED] Using the login Details via App
#61
It's after $_GET['password'] Smile delete the ")" Smile
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#62
INVALID LOGIN1
Sorry Sorry VAlid Login !!!!!!!!

Congrats we did it HEhehehehehehhe Thanks +++
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#63
Wink only took us 13 hours Toungue

You're welcome Smile
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#64
HEhehe yes many many thanks again for your time and effort , I did give you some + yesterday and cant give today need to wait until later I guess Smile

thanks Smile
well there is a security risk I guess coz in the Status bar of the person who enters the login page the exact username and password shown us Unknow location with the correct link Sad
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#65
(01-25-2012, 10:45 AM)deve48 Wrote:  HEhehe yes many many thanks again for your time and effort , I did give you some + yesterday and cant give today need to wait until later I guess Smile

thanks Smile
well there is a security risk I guess coz in the Status bar of the person who enters the login page the exact username and password shown us Unknow location with the correct link Sad

Well, I assume you get this input data from a form correct? If so, jsut send it via POST instead of GET Smile
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#66
I'm glad we could help you get this working. To help solve the security problem, in your HTML form where you have the login, change the <form>'s 'method="get"' to 'method="post"' and in your PHP replace every copy of $_GET with $_POST.
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