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How to secure pages from hackers?

Thread began 5/31/2011 6:55 am by mikelally319342 | Last modified 5/31/2011 3:43 pm by mikelally319342 | 907 views | 3 replies


How to secure pages from hackers?

I’ve created a site from an tutorial. The site is a subscription site where the visitor subscribes -> get confirmation on screen about an email -> is sent an e-mail giving him the option to unsubscribe ->by clicking on the link in the e-mail, he is brought to the unsubscribe page called ‘confirm_unsubscribe.php’ where he can unsubscribe..
The last page is not secure because the url contains the ID of the subscriber. Any hacker could change the user name and wreck havoc on the database.
I’ve looked at Security Assist – Access Page Manager, to try and secure this security issue, but I haven’t a clue where to start. I have attached a zip file in case you need to see the files.

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