Hello Michael

That's why we use the Zend encoder for additional security. If that is out
of your budget, I suggest compiling the password into an extension.

Remember to unset all variables which contain passwords after they are used,
otherwise a print_r($GLOBALS); could reveal everything.

Regards, john

"Michael" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> How can you hide database login passwd in your script?
> I hate having to have scripts with passwords in it that can be viewed by
> others.

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