I think you're being a little over dramatic here. But just so you don't have a heart attack, a couple things to keep in mind. Hacking doesn't work how you all think. It's a lot of hard work to do. I would say greater than 99% of the cases on this website where people are "hacked", are in fact just cases where the person who logged into the account without permission really got the password from someone else. My guess would be that on login, when you hit it, the password characters that you type in would immediately use the encryptpass function built in to php. This is a one way function, meaning, that once encrypted, it cannot be unencrypted. What happens is on your first login, the encrypted version of your password is stored in the database, and then every time you try to login, it just checks whether the encryted password is the same one as in the database. This means that, in transit, and at any point along the line, your password is encrypted. The only way for someone to then hack your account is to be able to get into your router, which is extremely hard to do if you secure it in any way. https can be used if you want, but if you are concerned with your password security, don't be.
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02:59:29 ‹Khan22› wouldn't you love to have like 5 or 6 girls all giving you attention?
10/11/2010 02:59:39 ‹TheForgivenOne› No.