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rookie
Posted: 12/09/2003, 1:24 PM

Hi,
How can I prevent that 2 users enter my site using the same user/password.

something like a security lock, for preventing another person with a stolen
user/pass for entering my site, and to aknowlege that this situation
happen...

DonB
Posted: 12/10/2003, 5:41 AM

When they first log in, how about saving their IP address from the http
request header? Store that in the same table as their user/password and
validate the IP along with the password? Sure, dynamic IPs would eventually
get you, but you could send email to them (if you also save their email
address in the table) whenever the wrong IP is attempted so they would know
about it - and you could even send them a password to use for
reauthenticating themselves at the new IP address.

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"rookie" <pcboss1976@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:br5eio$dti$1@news.codecharge.com...
> Hi,
> How can I prevent that 2 users enter my site using the same user/password.
>
> something like a security lock, for preventing another person with a
stolen
> user/pass for entering my site, and to aknowlege that this situation
> happen...
>
>


   


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