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It is not so incredibly much that it's overwhelming, but I think it's too much for a standard written tutorial/overview.
Message box: When a user types into the textarea for sending a message, the j Query watches that box and ensures the text is under a certain number of characters (set via maxlength attribute on the textarea) Sending message: When the return/enter key is pressed in the chat box the value of it is sent for processing. Updating the chat: Every few seconds, j Query asks a PHP file to poll the text file to see if there are any new lines, if there are, they are displayed. A reader was able to show me how they could publicly access my Word Press file, which is of course super sensitive.
The vulnerability is in the file, which accepts a "state" and "file" parameter.
UPDATE: Jason Gradwell suggested some protection on the PHP side, which would require the filed to be called via Ajax only and only from a specific source.
Special thanks to Kenrick Beckett who created the original code that powered this and Jason Lengstorf for looking it over and tidying some things up security-wise.
When you type a character (on keyup) it asks a certain PHP file (via AJAX) if that username is in use.
The PHP file responds with a yes or no, and a message is appended to the screen accordingly. Download Files UPDATE: It turns out there was a SECURITY PROBLEM with one particular aspect of it, which can get grant access to any file on the server.
There is a file in the download called for use in building the initial database.
My SQL isn't for the chats themselves, but for two other things: When someone comes in to chat, they choose a username.
The xat chat requires a strip of pictures for an animated avatr/picture and does not support animated GIFs.