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This is an archive of journals from late high school. A bit like a diary, this was a personal fork off of my senior project at the time to build a fully functioning blog site that people could sign up for, manage, and etc. I managed to recover all the posts, but I apparently forgot to back up the comments and attached music tables before repurposing my personal server, so those are mostly gone. This is a little embarrassing but not as awful as my old Geocities/tcn.heathenkitties.net early high school journals.

My old txtpad

2008-05-29 13:39:45 Category: Site Related

I made it a year and a half ago. :] My first ever PHP widget!
I've used it a lot. I have one on nuggit.nu now, too. I had to make one here because Ripway got b& by the stupid school ISP (who also bans 4chan but not 7chan, which I find interesting) for "filesharing". What the hell, like anyone's going to pirate music and pr0nz at school from Ripway? They don't even have a search feature.

Anyway. Yeah, so it's like an online Notepad using txt files (because on Ripway I couldn't MySQL... but this taught me how to handle files in PHP, which was cool). And I have a simple password system for saving. But, since I don't care if people look at my files but I don't really want people spamming by making 234809 new files (and the opening and creating uses the same function) I used a dinky little password check using Javascript when you make a new file.

All Javascript. Which means you can just view the source code of the page and you can find the password right there between <script> and </script>. Well, whatever.

This morning I happened to go to Ripway to look at an old file I had over there, and in the file list I found a new file titled "hacked". I opened it... blank. Ahhh, someone had "hacked" my little txtpad. I checked Ripway and apparently it happened back on April 16th. I left a note in the file though I highly doubt whoever did it is going to come back.

In any case,
I feel kind of special.

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