Just a heads up here folks. If you use .txt files to store crons, lists, data, etc. ... This is specifically for you, as a security warning. Because all spiders are able to see/read all languages for processing website indexing, there is a major security hole here. Sure, it could be said of any file within a site that you can get the extension of, however, you can go directly to and download these documents for your own use or for someone to download and use against you. Here is an example: http://www.google.com/robots.txt It isn't anything critical but if you use a cart, journal, even your own control panel's cron jobs. A lot of those systems post records in .txt file format. They are right there for anyone to collect whatever information is on them for their use and abuse. Search your own ' domainnamehere.com + .txt ' and see what comes up under your domain to see what may be sticking out like a sore thumb for anyone that wants to take that kind of information from you. For standard security practice, most people know to check their file link extensions but for those that don't, I recommend that you start. Hope this helps a few of you.