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calling PHP with HTTPrequest security

Hello all!  I have written a helpdesk ticket webapp which uses many
javascript calls to different php scripts to update a mysql database.
My question is, a) is there a way to prevent access from users trying
to access the php scripts via a URL..ex..


and if so, b) what is the best way to do this?  I can't hide these in a
different, non-web directory because then I can't access the scripts
once the page loads.  I'm sure this is a simple yes there is or no
there isn't a way type question, but I can't figure out what to do.
Any input is greatly appreciated, and if I missed this in a previous
post I apologize, I tried searching and couldn't find any posts related
to this. Thanks!!

Only thing you can do is make sure a person is authenticated.

ANother thing you can do is have a session type of variable that goes along
with the request. Sort of like a key for that current login. Therefore if
they take the link, it will work only work the next time.

Another thing is to skip GET and use POST


On 1/2/07, geek7 <dpoe@gmail.com> wrote:

On Jan 10, 5:27 pm, "Eric Pascarello" <alienf@gmail.com> wrote:

> [snip]

> Another thing is to skip GET and use POST

But, like get, post can also be faked (i.e. built up away from your web
app), albeit with more time involved.
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