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Posted on 24-04-10 11:08
http://xcat.isgreat.org/Unnamed%20Site%204/accelgbook/accelgbook/admin/connect.php <<<<is the location of my site's guest book's password file. when i go there with the ftp manager using the password i can see the username and password in the source of connect.php

but when i go there using my browser i can't see anything in the source.it is empty(connect.php).how can this happen?(i currently don't know any php sorry)


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Posted on 24-04-10 12:08
silvercats wrote:
http://xcat.isgreat.org/Unnamed%20Site%204/accelgbook/accelgbook/admin/connect.php <<<<is the location of my site's guest book's password file
(i currently don't know any php sorry)


just so i understand you correctly, you say YOU have a site with an guestbook written in PHP and you do not understand any PHP what so fucking ever and the source of the guestbook's password"code"(called connect.php?) is gone?

it's probably me just being stupid, but do you mean that "connect.php" is the code that handles the login request or have you stored the actual login information in there(like user: hello password: something)?
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Posted on 24-04-10 12:25
Okay. What I understand of your problem is that when you connect to your site using FTP and see the source of that file, you can see you username and password but when you go to the URl through your browser and try to look in thee source(by right-click-See Source), you can see nothing.



If this is your problem, then the reason is that you store your password and username or whatever using PHP and since it is not a client-side language(it's a server-side language), it is not provided by the server to the client's PC. When you go to a URL and right click and select See Source or whatever, the Source that you see has been transferred from the Server to your PC(the client). Only the code in a client side language(if present) is transferred so that it can be parsed by the client. So, if you had stored your password and username in JAVAscript variables, you would be able to see them by going to the URL and then right click-See Source.


Btw, if it is your site and you have created the page -and- you say that you don't know any PHP, how did you write the code that stores the username and the password in the PHP variables. Agreed that is not very difficult, but still, you don't know any PHP, right?




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Posted on 24-04-10 13:39
there are templates available lol


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Posted on 24-04-10 14:02
and is there any way to view that php's stored passwords?we have to hack into the server to do that,right?


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Posted on 24-04-10 14:12
silvercats wrote:
there are templates available lol

So how do templates come in?

Anyway, to view those passwords, if you don't own the site, you have to hack it.


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Posted on 24-04-10 15:09
The only contents of a PHP file that you'll be able to see through a normal browser will be what it prints (and by prints, I mean using echo) to the screen.

No variables, no functions, not even comments... just what it outputs.


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Posted on 24-04-10 15:36
goluhaque ,if you google search for "free php guestbooks" you can find plenty of templates.i own the site,but i wanted to hack it for learning purposes.


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Posted on 24-04-10 15:42
silvercats wrote:
goluhaque ,if you google search for "free php guestbooks" you can find plenty of templates.i own the site,but i wanted to hack it for learning purposes.

Oh, I understand. You weren't clear earlier.


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Posted on 24-04-10 20:26
Ammmmm I think the problem is you don't know PHP! Check out W3Schools or Tizag for help learning it. The PHP Manual is good too.


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ok i will Smile thanks


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Posted on 25-04-10 06:08
I definitely suggest Tizag.com.

Also, you can edit your posts, Silvercats. To help keep from double posting.


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Posted on 25-04-10 12:43
Thanks fashizzpop,it is a nice site,i think i should stick to that site more often


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Posted on 25-04-10 12:44
who has posted shit,moshbat?


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Posted on 25-04-10 12:58
I know its frustrating Mosh, just keep your cool lol, smoke a blunt maybe.


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Posted on 25-04-10 14:58
you are acting like your dad is PHP ,moshbat.don't forget your past.if you do,you will have no future.you didn't know any php too.so stop thinking you are the best n don't act stupid from now on




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<?php
$str = "Moshbat";
print $str;
print "<br />";
print "I am your father...";
?>

lol I don't even know php.


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Grin Grin


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Posted on 25-04-10 15:43
MoshBat wrote:
Also, silver, what the hell did you say? Seriously?

He said that you are a being conceived and manifested on earth by PHP itself. Also something about you being the best.


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Posted on 25-04-10 16:02
yeah i said it coz you called my post(the questions i asked) as shit just because you knew the answers to what i asked.i asked it coz i didn't know.any problem with that MOSHBAT?


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