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This tutorial will show you how you can create a user system and login/logout scripts using PHP, the PEAR::DB classes and sessions.

This PHP Builder column by Tim Perdue explains the user login system and relation functions, alongside the code, that they use at PHP Builder.

Explains how to create a secure PHP login script that will allow safe authentication. Features remember-me function using cookies and validates logins on each request to prevent session stealing.

In this tutorial I will show you how to generate random passwords that are highly secure and extremely difficult to crack. You can choose between various complexities/strengths and you can set password length as well.

Sometimes you need to add an extra protection to a password-protected website. This article explains how access to the login page can be restricted after three unsuccessful login attempts. This schema uses a visitor's IP address to store log attempts in the database and block access to the login feature for 30 minutes after a third unsuccessful attempt.

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, add image verification in the login form where the user must enter the random numbers displayed in the image.

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.

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