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Sujay Sreedhar

Hi Friends, I am Sujay from Irinjalakuda (Thrissur Dst, Kerala). I am doing my AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineering) from SHA-SHIB aviation Academy Cochin. I love creating websites and web applications. I also love travelling and learning new languages. Thats all about me.

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5 Comments

  1. 1

    Raghav Narang

    Cool One Bro. Just A Little Request. Please Tell About Some Encryption Ways, So That One Can Make All The Accounts More Secure :)

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  2. 2

    Sujay Sreedhar

    md5 is the bestway of all.md5 also can be cracked (well not exactly what they’ll do is check for same hash) so what we should do is md5 the password with a key . So that will be hard to find example do code like this
    $newpass=$_POST['pass'].”your key”;
    $secpass =md5($newpass);
    Use the same code in login and registration system

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  3. 3

    Petter

    I have a problem at the beginning of login… When i fill the form with correct information from DB it isn´t work on next step (loggedin.php)… Please help me.

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  4. 4

    Ivan

    Thanks for this tutorial. I don’t know too much about the php so I ended up using phpSecurePages because it allows granular access. Why reinvent the wheel? I got it at phpsecurepages.com

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  5. 5

    Grim

    Sir great tutorial but i cant find the first part of the tutorial… can u please upload it again.. thx

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