A good hacker can get access no matter what precautions you take. No
computer system is totally secure, the only thing you can do is take all
possible precautions and keep current on security risks. If your algorithms
are really valuable, then you may want to invest in the ZEND Encoder
(http://www.zend.com/store/products/zend-encoder.php) which allows you to
deploy your scripts without revealing the source code. That way, even if
someone manages to get access to the scripts, they will not have access to
the actual code.
Steven Walker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> How assured can I be that people will NOT be able to view my php code?
> I'm creating an e-commerce site that will contain sensitive information
> and algorithms. I want to to take every precaution possible to protect
> that data and code.
> One concern in particular is the ability to view the contents of a file
> through PHP, rather than through HTTP. I've noticed that many file
> functions do not work for non-local files, which is good. But can a good
> hacker still get access some indirect way?
> Thank you!
> Steven J. Walker
> Walker Effects
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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