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securing_files_with_php_sessions [2020/06/27 22:46]
waxphilosophic
securing_files_with_php_sessions [2020/06/27 22:49]
waxphilosophic [Protecting HTML Files]
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 ===== Summary ===== ===== Summary =====
  
-I write ebooks. Some of them I publish. I like to improve my stories by getting feedback from beta readers before the stories get released. Sharing on a web site is an easy answer, but obviously I don't want to share with the entire world.+I write ebooks. Some of them I publish. I like to improve my stories by getting feedback from beta readers before sending them to the publisher. Sharing on a web site is an easy answer, but obviously I don't want to share with the entire world.
  
 Previously, I relied on a simple Apache .htaccess file to restrict a directory to only those who knew the shared password. Then, Nginx came along with it's "we don't do distributed configuration" attitude. Previously, I relied on a simple Apache .htaccess file to restrict a directory to only those who knew the shared password. Then, Nginx came along with it's "we don't do distributed configuration" attitude.
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securing_files_with_php_sessions.txt ยท Last modified: 2020/07/02 11:20 by waxphilosophic