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Thread: PHP and Control Panels
02-12-2003, 06:46 AM #1stratiusGuest
Recently ive seen alot of companys using a php solution for control panels, and I have toy'd with the idea for about 6 months now. Every way I have tried to make changes that are needed for a control panel it seems absolutly insecure to me. Is there somthing im missing, or is it that all these companys are using realy insecure php scripts just because it makes the customers life easier. If it truely is secure I would love to see some code snipits just so i can ease my curious mind. I know people are realy protective of their code expecialy if it is somthing as usefull as this, but its not like im asking for the whole script or anything I am just wondering how changes like this are made without putting the server security at risk.
02-26-2003, 05:12 PM #2eHostSpaceGuest
I think using PHP control panel scripts are relatively secure. You pay for about US$1000++ for a Cpanel License and you get lousy security ? Not possible, and moreover, no one, so far, has complained about major security problems using Cpanel. For plesk, I am sure their security is superb. People have been encouraging me to get Plesk reason being that its very secure, sometimes, so secure that i think its rather inconvenient. For Ensim, I have no idea.
02-26-2003, 06:13 PM #3eHostSpaceGuest
Definitely. Updates have been very regularly out and we've been doing our updates also. So not much of probs for us
02-28-2003, 05:23 AM #4eHostSpaceGuest
Very true. Most softwares use PHP. This forum is one example. CMS like PostNuke and PHPNuke also. And some shopping carts/commerce s.ware also.
02-28-2003, 08:14 AM #5eHostSpaceGuest
just dun have flaws in the php programming, everything should be ok.