Because its better to have someone waste time trying known hacks for a platform I don't have than to have the same person not know the platform and start spending time figuring out what it is right off the bat.
Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -----Original Message----- From: Justin French [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 12:39 AM To: Larry Brown; PHP List Subject: Re: [PHP] hiding php Why not just make up an extension, like your initials (.lsb) or your business name (.dim or .dni), and set-up apache to pipe all those files through PHP...?? That way they'll have no clue at all (if used in conjunction with the "hide PHP" stuff, etc etc). Justin on 03/12/02 4:13 PM, Larry Brown ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > This should bump up my popularity here...can you run asp on apache? The > reason I ask is that I understand you can use a php option to hide the fact > that you are running php. This sounds like a good idea to keep people > guessing, but I also want to use .asp extensions and have them parsed for > the php tags. I thought this would be nice if someone wanted to screw with > a site they wouldn't even be trying tools that would apply. However, if you > can't run asp on apache nobody would be fooled. Any thoughts? > > Larry S. Brown > Dimension Networks, Inc. > (727) 723-8388 > > > Justin French -------------------- http://Indent.com.au Web Development & Graphic Design -------------------- -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php