Not really anything you can do about that. If I have 10 different emails,
then there's no way you can tell they are all me. Sorry...
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From: "Nick Wilson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "PHP-General" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 12:45 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Stopping multiple votes by IP
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> * and then 1LT John W. Holmes declared....
> > The only "good" way to do it is with authentication. Have the user log
> > and then allow them one vote.
> > Any other method is going to be open to cheating, so be aware of it.
> Okay, I've been working on the 'paper design' all afternoon in the sun
> ;-) and have pretty much got what I want with a 'member object'
> The only small problem I see is if a user logs out and then registers as
> another user and votes again. I will be verifying emails of memebers so
> I think this an unlikely scenario but it still bugs me a little.
> Any thoughts guys?
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> Nick Wilson // www.tioka.com
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