If other people will have access to the ftp, then you can obscure your
code by removing all linebreaks and whitespaces so it's difficult for
humans to read (I'm sure you'll get a script for that somewhere). I've
also heard that you can compile the php code into machine code...
haven't done it before but maybe a search will turn up a tutorial or
two on the subject.
On Mar 9, 9:45 am, Miles J <mileswjohn...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> No one can access the files unless they get in through your FTP or
> cpanel. Make sure everything is protected safely: FTP, SSH, etc.
> On Mar 8, 11:27 pm, "toka...@xxxxxxxxx" <toka...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > How can I protect my (cake) PHP code when putting my app on
> > webhosting?
> > I need to be sure:
> > 1) that nobody can steal/modify the source
> > 2) the security salt value and database.config are somehow
> > protected...
> > any idea? I dont have any experience in this area.
> > Thanks
> > Tomas
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