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Advanced PHP Protection

Advanced PHP Protection

Key Features:
  • Works with any .php file.
  • Custom password and brute force warning pages.
  • Well documented functions.
  • Can easily be integrated into a database set up with multiple users.
  • Single line mode, protect any page by simply including the file.
  • Passwords can be set as either a md5 of sha1 hash or plain text if you prefer.
  • Server side brute force protection, with options to change the maximum number of attempts and the block duration.
  • No database or installation required.
  • Email support provided.
  • Light weight.

NOTE : The session is used to store the username and password so you dont have to login again when the page is reloaded. The variables $_SESSION[‘username’] and $_SESSION[‘password’] are used by default, if you need to use these in the script being protected you can set custom names using the custom_session_keys() function, see documentation for more information.



Example Useage:
Standard Mode

include('secure/security.class.inc.php');
$pass = new secure;

// Set the username and password, in this case as a sha1 hash
$pass->set_credentials('admin', '5baa61e4c9b93f3f0682250b6cf8331b7ee68fd8');
// set the hash type
$pass->set_hash_type('sha1');
// set some custom session keys
$pass->custom_session_keys('name', 'pass');
// enable brute force protection, disabled as default.
$pass->brute_force_protect();
// set a custom page for the user to be sent to if the password it entered incorrectly.
$pass->redirect_on_fail('http://yourdomain.com/denied.html');
// finally apply protection to the page.
$pass->protect();

echo 'protected content here.';


Single Line Mode

include('secure/security.class.inc.php');
echo 'protected content here.'


Documentation: http://jacekk.co.uk/code/page_protect/README.html

Example of the login page included
http://jacekk.co.uk/code/page_protect/example.php
Username: admin
Password: lemon


NOTE : this script will only work if you have PHP version greater than 5.1. I have had a few emails from people complaining of a blank page who were using PHP4 . You can check you version by using the following code.
<?php echo phpversion(); ?>

I don’t want anyone to waste their money.

Support
If there are any problems with this item, the best place to ask is in the forum as I check that at least once a day.
http://betterphp.co.uk/board/viewforum.php?f=29
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