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Simple Login / Message script For Service Websites

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by goldencrownz786, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. goldencrownz786

    goldencrownz786 Regular Member

    Feb 6, 2011
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    Some BHW'er know that im working on a free blackberry unlocking service.

    I have the legit tools to generate legit unlock codes for blackberry smart phones. This is a high rising market among teens and there is lots of money being made to my knowledge.

    here is in simple words my method .

    .i have bought the offical tools $xxx

    .created a simple submit form on my domain
    ( i will be taking orders via this form )

    .Created iframe on fb to get traffic

    .content locked the iframe on fb so users need to fill in survey to gain access to the free submit forum

    Once i get the info via email i will calculate the unlock code and reply it to them. however there is a small issue here. I looking for a small script of any type that will basically allow me to send the customers a password which they will enter and recieve the code in a " inbox " as a msg.

    instead of locking the submit form i want to lock up the recieve code page .

    Basically im looking for a simple script that will allow users to enter a password and view their unlock code in a message. sort of a message board which but password protected?

    any one can help me around this problem ?

    MODS- sorry if in wrong category ...
  2. ``Yousef

    ``Yousef Power Member

    Oct 16, 2009
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    Cooking up the medicine.
    It depends on what kind of unlocking you want. If your happy to use a static pass, that's the same for all users, then you can take this that I've mocked up for you in like 30 seconds:



    $password "abc123") {
    header("Location: http://www.example.com/unlocked");
    } else {
    header("Location: http://www.example.com/error");

    Edit abc123 to whatever you want your password to be, give your users that password, and set http://www.example.com/unlocked to the web page where the unlock code is shown, and http://www.example.com/error to the web page where they are sent if their password is invalid.

    Simply save it in a file, say, check.php then set the action attribute on the form to it's location.

    If you're looking for something a bit more out of the box, or more complex, you'll have to find something else :).