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Writing Admin/User/Public controllers to insure authentication

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Thanks for your response. It was in fact set to cookie at first -- that doesn't seem very safe to me! I now have it set to database.

I'm guessing that 'native' means that the PHP server will use the default php session-handling functionality that stores session data in the /tmp folder as flat files. It's my understanding that this can contribute to performance problems when the server gets busy.
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RE: Writing Admin/User/Public controllers to insure authentication - by sneakyimp - 01-12-2015, 10:06 AM

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