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using the Cpanel::Accounting Module to create accounts

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AbeFroman, Mar 17, 2002.

  1. AbeFroman

    AbeFroman BANNED

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    why cant i just do this
    form action=&https://www.abeshosting.com:2087/scripts/wwwacct& name=&mainform&
    ?
     
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  2. powerhouse

    powerhouse Well-Known Member

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    Ok
    Well,
    Just in case you are serious...
    If you did that, and they have any clue as to how to use
    Cpanel/WHM
    they could login to your control panel, and make very damaging changes, like change root password, and such.
    If you used it that way, you'd have to &Login&, therefore they would be able to gain access to your root WHM.

    not a good idea.

    The Remote Key does it in the background, where they can't do anything, kind of like using a system call, you never see the action on in the browser, but the connection is made, and
    just returns a response, then you do something with the response, but the browser never will visit the actual page, as far as the user can tell.

    hth,
    Richard.
     
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