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#1 KamakaZ

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Posted 22 December 2010 - 05:00 PM

I have been asked to create a custom events page that will allow only users that have registered and are logged in to be able to view/post in. The customer is using vBadvanced. I have full access to the database and website. I have had a look through the database and unfortunately it's not using straight MD5 like most others.

I had a quick browse through the source code but can't really get my head around where and how it authenticates and sets cookies.

Has anyone used this before or able to find anything on google, seems they keep this sorta thing hush hush (which is fair enough).

Thanks in advance :)

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