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    Quote Originally Posted by ticksoft
    For example, have you ever visited your favourite forum, decided to reply to a thread, clicked on the reply button and been presented by a login box? This happens to me every so often and instead of logging in, I decide that it's not really worth the hassle and instead I do something else.
    A good password manager would have the username and password already filled in for you, so you just have to press SUBMIT, and then you're ready to post.

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    I know you've alrady had a lot of replies but I would recommend this article: http://fishbowl.pastiche.org/2004/01..._best_practice.

    It's the strategy I use on my site and I feel it works very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stardustwd
    I know you've alrady had a lot of replies but I would recommend this article: http://fishbowl.pastiche.org/2004/01..._best_practice.

    It's the strategy I use on my site and I feel it works very well.
    hey look at that... the guy in the link is pretty much saying what i'm saying haha. cool!

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    One approach is explained here:

    http://phpsecurity.org/code/ch07-3
    http://phpsecurity.org/code/ch07-4

    (Well, that's the code. The explanation is in the book.)

    If you want to allow multiple concurrent sessions per user, you just need to design your database to accommodate multiple identifiers and tokens per user.

    Hope that helps.
    Chris Shiflett
    http://shiflett.org/


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