Difficulties In Blocking Hackers Without IP Address And Responsive Design With Superglobal Variables
Using IP names instead of IP addresses to identify website visitors makes it difficult to defend against hackers. Furthermore there is a simple way to use PHP superglobals to simplify responsive website design for multiple devices.
By: Peter Publishing
He has been monitoring hackers from all over the world for over 5 years and noticed that the systems have changed recently. He says that "The lack of IP addresses is a serious problem and many hackers are now hiding their IP addresses so that it is difficult for them to be identified or traced. It appears that some hackers have replaced their IP address with IP names like 'Unknown'. How do you trace who is the owner of such hackers and where are they coming from?"
A Simpler Responsive Website Design
He has spent many years trying to develop responsive websites and personally found the use of cascade style sheets, CSS, too complex and difficult to cater for the numerous devices like smartphones, iPads, tablets, ...etc. Recently he went back to basics and discovered that the use of PHP superglobals drastically simplifies responsive website design. The device type used by a website visitor is already provided in a PHP superglobal variable. Using these values minimizes the use of large variations of CSS options.
Two More Superglobal Variables Are Needed
The information held in PHP superglobal variables are very important but at least two more superglobal variables need to be developed and implemented.
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