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codeigniter vs sniffer - Hugo Nieves Meza - 12-05-2015

Hey there !!!
First of all sorry for my English is not good.

I am currently developing a system in codeigniter v3, but I have a security problem on the "input" using a sniffer I can see my username and password.

[Image: wireshare.png?psid=1]

As I can do to not show any "post" in the sniffer?, Someone could guide me a bit about this topic.

Ty !!!!


RE: codeigniter vs sniffer - skunkbad - 12-05-2015

Use SSL.


RE: codeigniter vs sniffer - dmyers - 12-06-2015

I concur with skunkbad.
That's not a CodeIgniter only issue that's a http issue.
For any secure pages use https (ssl) https://www.godaddy.com/help/http-vs-https-5454


RE: codeigniter vs sniffer - freddy - 12-07-2015

(12-05-2015, 09:32 PM)Hugo Nieves Meza Wrote: Hey there !!!
First of all sorry for my English is not good.

I am currently developing a system in codeigniter v3, but I have a security problem on the "input" using a sniffer I can see my username and password.

[Image: wireshare.png?psid=1]

As I can do to not show any "post" in the sniffer?, Someone could guide me a bit about this topic.

Ty !!!!

Cool nice issue please, wait it's not issue but knowledge for all programmers, how can you prevent this issue


RE: codeigniter vs sniffer - Hugo Nieves Meza - 12-08-2015

(12-05-2015, 11:17 PM)skunkbad Wrote: Use SSL.

I was looking at the wrong place,thanks!!! for the support