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Thread: Website Help Again

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    i run a few websites, and have just start designing a new one. I want to put a safety feature in so if someone hacks into the FTP and changes the password, I still have a way into the site.

    whats the best way to go around doing this? Basically I want a hidden backdoor that isnt "see-able" to hackers.

    also if someone can point a link out to me for a script that so when u put ur mouse over an image it changes to another image that would be nice as i have forgotten how to do it!
    Shut that cunt’s mouth or I’ll come over there and fuckstart her head.

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    http://www.hotscripts.com/

    Also I wouldn't have thought leaving a backdoor to your site open is a very sensible thing to do (I believe thats exactly what "hackers" are looking for and I doubt it will be say to hide such a thing from someone determined to find it). Just use a sensible password for your FTP account and don't tell anyone it.

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    already looked on hotscripts but not properly. will look again.
    Shut that cunt’s mouth or I’ll come over there and fuckstart her head.

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    a good ftp password should do the trick

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