@ Saif @ | 27 Jul 04:36 2000
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Re: Multiple Domains in cookie?

Please how can I unsubscribe .....

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Saif Yousif

                                                                 No God
except Allah    Mohammed is profit of Allah

----- Original Message -----
From: "Julien Bonastre" <the_radix <at> the-spectrum.org>
To: "php-general <at> lists.php.n" <php-general <at> lists.php.net>; "Tony Harrison"
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Sent: Saturday, September 28, 2002 3:21 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] Multiple Domains in cookie?

> GREAT Q!
>
> I have been trying to play with my cookies for a while now for this same
> reason..
>
> And to no avail..
>
> It seems due to the structure of them and as long as the client (browser)
> sticks to the specifications you can only access a cookie belonging to
that
> same host..
>
> For example, I am starting up a large "network" site base but I wanted all
> the sites even though they have their own unique domain to be able to have
a
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@ Saif @ | 27 Jul 16:18 2000
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Dear all


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Saif Yousif 

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skate | 30 Jul 17:31 2000

Re: Re: How can I add records to database every 60 minutes???


>    i take it scripts are being called over and over right? if so then add
a
> time function to one of those scripts. when gameplay starts load the time
to
> mysql (or a file) and then everytime the script is run check the time to
see
> if the time has exceeded 60 minuets, if it has run you php script to load
> the data to mysql.

the trouble with this is what if no-one hits the page for several hours?
will it run 3-4 updates at once, or just the one?

i'm guessing what your actually after is cron. you'd be running it on a *nix
box for this, but you get cron to run the script every hour.

i'm guessing your making some kind of ticker? similar to that in
www.planetarion.com ? it's a fairly easy thing to do, and if you do a search
for planetarion clones, you'll find exactly what your looking for.

don't have a script that runs permanently tho, please. huge waste of
resources, and you've also got the problems of timeouts, and how to restart
a script if it crashes.

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skate | 31 Jul 12:04 2000

Re: Possible My Website was hacked... with PHP... please tell me what this is???


> > Yeah, definatley reason to explore the possibilities... But this is
> > really my own stupid fault it got there in the first place... I had an
> > image upload form and I didn't tell it only to accept image/jpeg or
> > image/gif
>

i see this happen quite a lot, both in these lists, and the security focus
ones. is there not something that can be set from a default install on the
php.ini ? make it that by default php only accepts images / zip files /
documents ? it seems to give PHP a reputation for being very easy to
compromise.

sorry, this probably should be a new post, but this is kinda following on,
so please forgive me :)

-skate-


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skate | 31 Jul 12:14 2000

Re: Possible My Website was hacked... with PHP... please tell me what this is???


> Although this is a very good idea it would only benefit people who had
> access to their own installation of PHP. Most people are only able to use
> PHP on a shared server so perhaps wouldn't have access to the php.ini
> file.
>

but then most service providers could protect themselves? i don't see why an
ISP wouldn't quite happily want to disable exectable uploads? and again, if
this is default on install, it's something they wouldn't have to worry about
configuring, and they can leave their whiley users to upload to their hearts
content.

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