Re: [PHP] Logging Users In - What is the Best Way

2002-02-19 Thread Michael Sims
At 06:17 PM 2/18/2002 -0800, Phillip S. Baker wrote: I have a MyQSL back end. It houses a users user_name and password. I have a secure area of the site that I only want members to view. The way I have it now is that the user logs in. If user_name and password match cookies are set. Each page

[PHP] Logging Users In - What is the Best Way

2002-02-18 Thread Phillip S. Baker
Okay Gents and Ladies, I am looking for more information on how best to do this. I have a MyQSL back end. It houses a users user_name and password. I have a secure area of the site that I only want members to view. The way I have it now is that the user logs in. If user_name and password

Re: [PHP] Logging Users In - What is the Best Way

2002-02-18 Thread Erik Price
On Monday, February 18, 2002, at 09:17 PM, Phillip S. Baker wrote: Now first question is - how secure is this? Second question - what is a better more secure way to handle this. Then most importantly where do I get information on how to go about doing that? I know nothing about

RE: [PHP] Logging Users In - What is the Best Way

2002-02-18 Thread scott
] Logging Users In - What is the Best Way Okay Gents and Ladies, I am looking for more information on how best to do this. I have a MyQSL back end. It houses a users user_name and password. I have a secure area of the site that I only want members to view. The way I have it now

Re: [PHP] Logging Users In - What is the Best Way

2002-02-18 Thread Greg Donald
Okay Gents and Ladies, I am looking for more information on how best to do this. I have a MyQSL back end. It houses a users user_name and password. I have a secure area of the site that I only want members to view. The way I have it now is that the user logs in. If user_name and