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Can't get file names saved correctly

Thread began 10/20/2009 6:30 pm by roger391472 | Last modified 10/21/2009 12:23 pm by roger391472 | 1277 views | 9 replies


Hi Neilo,

Well, I was wanting to use the server file name because I figured that would be one more layer of protection. I'm new to this though so I haven't been able to read up on all the security stuff yet but I think someone could upload something like filename.exe.jpg and use it later.

I've had it where it would name the file with "server file name" and if I remember correctly I think I've been able to get it to insert the server name in the database but not where they both matched at the same time.

Can't remember now, I've been through so many iterations of it.



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