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Hide mysql_pconnect password

mysql_pconnect("localhost","user","password")

Is there a way so that password will not be text? So someone looking at
the file would not be able to know the password?

Thanks

Ps my sysadmin say the want to do an apache "include" to hide the
password. What does this mean?
Jul 17 '05 #1
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On 2005-01-29, Hal Halloway <Ha******@nospam.net> wrote:
mysql_pconnect("localhost","user","password")

Is there a way so that password will not be text? So someone looking at
the file would not be able to know the password?

Thanks

Ps my sysadmin say the want to do an apache "include" to hide the
password. What does this mean?


http://shiflett.org/articles/security-corner-mar2004
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Tim Van Wassenhove <http://www.timvw.info>
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