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  • Scott MacVicar
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    Unfortunately not even if you used Zend Encoder someone can simply do

    require_once('/home/path/to/config.php');
    print_r($config);

    I do believe that the latest MySQL might support encrypted passwords it but there isn't any PHP mechanism for using it since the client library does it internally.

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  • sinjix_media
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    Encypting config.php

    My hosting is provided by a friend of mine. The same password that i use for pretty much everything i do it right there in the config.php for him to see if he wanted to log into my account and see it. Hes a friend, bu ti dont want him to know that password. Is there a way of encrypting this pass?
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