Hey guys, as some of you have seen, i've been making some ASP.NET questions here, because i'm about to start my own company based on a business model i have.
The thing is, I don't have the enough knowledge in ASP.NET in order to do such a huge project (And neither in PHP), my brother is an ASP.NET C# Senior, but he's pretty busy with his job and carrier, so the help he can provide is closely to be NULL.
What i meant to say, is that I need to cover all i can with this, and there's no chance to have holes in the system, i know that every system isn't impossible to hack (not even NASA), but at least, don't leave it that easy to do so.
The project requires a very good knowledge of Internet Security and Payment System, since it will be an Online game site never seen on market.
A web developing company where a friend of mine works, offered me to develope my project under confidentiallity contracts and stuff in PHP and Apache/Oracle.
(The money at this point is not a problem since my lawyer will be also my investor)
Didn't know where to post this, since if I post it in PHP section, all the people will say "Nooo! PHP is better" or here "Nooo! ASP.NET is better", i need a professional answer if possible, i've been making a Google Search about this, and all the forums says the same, there's a lot of people who says that PHP is better and why, and the same applies for ASP.NET, I really don't know what to do!!
Is PHP secure enough to handle such a big project?
- Performant system
The correct forum for this is probably "Web Development".
My Advice: PHP will handle it, but you might find the going hard, depends upon what exactly it is you are doing. ASP.NET will probablyhandle it to. If you architect the system correctly, the font-end will matter much less.
I suggest you find PHP & ASP devs you can trust and chat with them about your requirements. You'll need some good advice to secure the system also, this is very hard.
Exactly, the web developer company will make the website, they got PHP and ASP.NET programmers, so i can totally decide. I'm an application programmer... so i can't take a risk by doing such a project by my own. I need a professional hand to do it.
As you already capture the conditions for a numeric only match in the alphanumeric match, you can drop the 9 numbers test and rely on the 9 alpha-numeric test. The key to your solution is to test for the longer character match before you test the shorter match, so your query becomes:
I'm not a stalker, I just know things. Oh by the way, you're out of milk.
You can not access cookies that were created on domain A from domain B. So I guess cookies won work here.
No you don't need to create cookies based on number of users ("c1" ... "c10"), since cookies get stored client side.
I am trying to display a jpg image but I am unable to view it in browser.
I am trying to load the image from a folder but when i run the program inside the picture box i see cant see the image, the thing i can see is a small icon of a bmp image. My code is like that;
I also added the following to my web.config file under the file, which according to the docs should grant anybody access to the images folder whether they have logged in or not:
<!-- This section gives the unauthenticated user access to all of the files that are stored in the images folder. -->
<allow users ="*" />