OT: Need some offlist help with PHP-SQL
jeejeestudio at gmail.com
Tue May 5 15:47:55 EDT 2020
Well that's nonsense that php would not be save, you need to make sure
you are not providing reasons for injections.
You need to use Mysqli or PDO
You could check here: https://forums.livecode.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=27521
It's described in simple ways how to use PHP scripts using PDO as middleware
I use it too, there are a lot of tips on the web how to do it save.
Op 5-5-2020 om 15:27 schreef Rick Harrison via use-livecode:
> Hi Tiemo,
> If I were you, I would not use PHP just for security reasons alone.
> My servers are just pounded all the time with hackers trying to
> find PHP exploits. They even try to install PHP on my server so
> they can start hacking away. If you check your server’s log files
> I am sure you will find similar hackers trying to hack your PHP.
> They may have already been successful too!
> If you can do it, I would recommend turning those PHP scripts into
> LC scripts as soon as possible.
> Good luck,
>> On May 5, 2020, at 9:16 AM, Tiemo via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> I have some LC front end software, calling PHP scripts going on a SQL db.
>> The PHP scripts are not made by me and they are about 10 years old. I have
>> to upgrade the PHP version on the webserver of my hosting provider from 7.1
>> to 7.4 and within my test environment I am getting some PHP errors when
>> testing with 7.4. Probably the issue is only a very small syntax thing with
>> missing parentheses or something like that, but I am not good enough in PHP
>> to find the issue.
>> If you are willing to help me updating my PHP scripts to 7.4, please give me
>> a note offlist. I would also like to pay for your work!
>> Thank you!
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