phpSecurePages is a PHP module to secure pages with a login name and password. It can handle multiple user groups (each with their own viewing rights), store data in a MySQL database or a configuration file, and be used to identify your Web site viewers. It also has multiple language support and optional IP-based access restrictions.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content HTTP Servers Site Management Office/Business Security Software Development|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: All deprecated PHP functions and features were replaced. The code was rewritten so that no PHP notices are thrown. SQL injection attacks are prevented by sanitizing database input with mysql_real_escape_string(). The login interface is now able to pass both GET and POST variables to the destination page after a successful login.
Release Notes: This release adds support for IP-based access. You will now be able to restrict logins to a user's IP address or IP address range.
Release Notes: This release adds support for PHP5, removes support for PHP3, changes the look of the login interface, enables the code to read md5-encrypted passwords, fixes issues with functions being loaded twice in frames, and adds Croatian, Macedonian, and Luxembourgish language files.
Release Notes: This release fixes an important security issue where it was possible to execute code on the server running phpSP if PHP was configured to accept files from remote servers.
Release Notes: New Euskara, Serbian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, and Arabic language files, fixes for issues with some servers giving wrong directory location info, and fixes for broken backward compatibility problems with PHP 4.2.0 and up.