Maybe setting up a proprietary request including a predefined hashed (md5) value, for example?
Bogdan Kevin Stone wrote: >I have a growing list of simple PHP scripts which we allow our client's >to use on their websites. These are email scripts, postcard scripts, >event calendars, statistics tracking, etc... For maintenance and >upgrade purposes we host the scripts in a single location our main >account then allow our clients to link to them through forms or hotlinks >(or whatever method the script calls for). > >What is the best way of going about securing these publicly accessible >scripts so that only our client's websites have access to them without >having to "gain" access via a login method, or publicly viewable >username. > >I could record their IP and passing all requests through a check script, >then redirect to the desired module. But IP addresses can change, be >spoofed, or be confused by proxy servers. We're taking on new clients >every week so I'd like to come up with something more reliable. > >Ideas, links, tutorials, books.. any information will be appreciated. >Thanks! > >-- >Kevin Stone >[EMAIL PROTECTED] >www.helpelf.com <http://www.helpelf.com/> > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php