Welcome, all to the first of a series of articles to implementing your own custom user registration and authentication modules.
I strongly suggest you develop this part of your website as a module, otherwise you'll be tied to a particular implementation when you decide to make changes (and trust me - you'll make the changes!!
This code will add a piece of random numbers code on the login form and user will have to copy into a text field the process can not be done if the code is wrong and it produce new security code when come back.. this to protect you panel from hacker softwares..
Sometimes you need to add an extra protection to password-protected website. This article explains how access to the login page can be restricted after three unsuccessful login attempts. This schema uses visitors IP address to store log attempts in the database and block access to login feature for 30 minutes after third unsuccessful attempt.
You can now implement password-protected pages without Telnet access to protected directories in your web site. Then you can use these password protected directories to sell downloadable products or provide premium access to members. In this password protection tutorial, we will explain how to create access authorization using only FTP. This will be helpful to most webmasters who want to create authentication files but who do not have Telnet. Unfortunately, most of the restricted access tutorials assume that the webmaster can use Telnet, which of course, is not true. Now you can sell your software, documents, images or music online. You can easily protect files and directories that require the use of a username and password, and you donít have to be a computer programmer to do it!
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This tutorial describes three methods to authenticate a user. First is by hardcoding the user info in the script. Second, check the user information in the database. Third is by adding image verification in the login form where the user must enter the random numbers displayed in the image.