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Shared hosting "file" handler PHP session dumper

September 9, 2008 at 6:02 pm - Filed under Hacks, Language EN - 519 words, reading time ~1 minutes - Permalink - Comments

[Note: safely skip the descriptive part and go directly to the tool if you already know how PHP does session handling.] Sessions are a great feature as they allow developers to store sensitive data for a limited amount of time (the session lifetime) without having to ping-pong the whole dataset to and from the client. A session mechanism can be implemented at the "user" level in the application code but most of the languages used to develop web applications provide various build-ins to accomplish the task. This is the case of PHP and its famous "session" module (Session Support in phpinfo()). The $_SESSION array can be used transparently and the session has just to be started with session_start() (or even automatically started at the configuration level with session.auto_start).

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September 2, 2008 at 10:52 pm - Filed under Reports, Language EN - 168 words, reading time ~0 minutes - Permalink - Comments (It's - naturally - just the loader.)

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