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Thread: xml- security?

  1. #1
    I make half sense

    xml- security?


    I am planning a flash app which inputs data from xml.

    My question is, is this secure? Or should php/mysql be used?

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  2. Well what kind of data and static or dynamic XML? If someone finds the location of teh XML (pretty easy) Then anyone can access the data.

  3. #3
    I make half sense
    well I am primary worried about someone changing the content of the xml

    should I ideally use a mysql database, then input that into flash?
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  4. #4
    its pretty hard for other people to change the xml. If they havent got your server password that is. But if you want to be totally sure you could always create an xml file from a database and read that back in.

  5. No-one would be able to change the XML unless they hack your server, and if they did that they would have access to your database aswell.

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