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How are you locking down your phpmyadmin access?

Discussion in 'Database' started by Rob, May 1, 2012.

  1. Rob

    Rob Guest

  2. Darwin

    Darwin Guest

    Lockdown achieved!
     
  3. flotwig

    flotwig Guest

    I don't really. I don't have it aliased from anywhere and the directory's fairly hidden. On top of that you'd need to know the MySQL deets to log in, and every database has it's own nonsense user and it's own nonsense password, custom-generated ones like these:
    Code:
    ma=[[email protected]&Mh}$]#,FVmBjaUZ}s>x8i)Vh*j6:kKZ5l<MLRzLN|=
    qGMzLFvK[A2(axD=lEO-nkvx\Xl#iiJV,GWUHeCM?z-HfF!k?s
    a,RsauSs,7:9)tXz7hwv\9%1-5I#}y<{XN}yH$!&2G]t;[Az4,
    On top of that MySQL's localhost-only and I only run custom code in an effort to avoid zero-day exploits.
     

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