on 08/09/02 5:04 AM, M1tch ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

> Why not just use IP?
> I created a nice system, whereby if your IP is changed (or someone is
> hacking your session), the session is destroyed, and the user must log in.
> Does not add much overhead either.

large ISPs like AOL use variable IPs (your IP could change from page to
page)... that's a pretty good reason to start with.

if people get disconnected, they too are likely to have a new IP on most
dial-up ISPs.


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