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Real Web Site Security

If you're using a Web-based login to any site, you're inevitably transmitting a username and password across the Internet using plain text. This is not necessarily (in any way, shape or form) a good thing if you're trying to run a secure operation.

In order to fix this problem, you should look into running a secure, SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) based Web server. If you use a secure Web server to handle your login information, all transactions between the client and the server are encrypted before they take place. This means that a site which uses simple login schemes can become significantly more secure without any additional programming.


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