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Re^7: with CGI, How to have multiple usernames and passwords from a txt file (password.txt) file

by marto (Cardinal)
on Sep 27, 2018 at 05:55 UTC ( #1223126=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^6: with CGI, How to have multiple usernames and passwords from a txt file (password.txt) file
in thread with CGI, How to have multiple usernames and passwords from a txt file (password.txt) file

" If there are any issues, Pls come back."

Remove the part about plain text and my first reply and it's still valid.

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Re^8: with CGI, How to have multiple usernames and passwords from a txt file (password.txt) file
by theravadamonk (Scribe) on Sep 27, 2018 at 11:02 UTC

    "Remove the part about plain text and my first reply and it's still valid."

    What is this "Remove the part about plain text"? What do you actually want me to do?

    Do you want me to remove the below line in my message?

    "$var_password is PLAIN text and NAKED."

    or

    your "first reply" also consists of "nor is having passwords in plain text."

    If it is a must, You may explain me. I feel sorry, If I have not understood your question.

    you made my day easier...

      I mean in my first post I made several points, you've addressed the plain text issue, the other issues I raise are valid points.

        thanks, OK, Let's discuss them since a Secure code is a MUST... I will reply to that mail. I hope you will come back

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