NYCPHP Meetup

[nycphp-talk] PHP project from Hell Story

Brian Pang bpang at bpang.com
Fri Aug 22 19:05:16 EDT 2003


This might work.. somehow. I did get the idea for embedding the base64
image data in the page from the way that emails work.

I don't use outlook, but would there be a way to get Outlook to convert
a word doc for you? Or could word do it itself?



> hah. that is pretty funny.
> 
> Actually, you could probably use a procmail script to
> forward an html email (chock full 'o images) to the
> php script. So, the author of the pages could simply
> use outlook or some other html-enabled mail client
> to compose the pages, send them to some obscure adderss like
> 987awef9239823r9238r9823q at bladomain.com and
> then the php script would split/decode the payload and
> place things wherever they are supposed to go.
> 
> Phil, I want a water too.
> 
> ~Rolan
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Brian Pang wrote:
> 
> >Because I have too much actual work to do, I decided to put my theory to
> >the test and write it up myself.
> >
> >I actually think I was pretty much spot on from the beginning. Damn, I'm
> >good.
> >
> >http://www.bpang.com/fool.php
> >http://www.bpang.com/fool.phps
> >
> >
> >Of course, it would still be a trick to get the base64_encode()d image
> >data into the single file in the first place... but that's another issue.
> >
> >Phil, you owe me $34.25
> >
> >
> >snip
> >  
> >
> >>If you have a chance, for educational purposes, at least, try working
> >>out that suggested solution I posted and let us know if you can get it
> >>to work. Just in case Lawrence calls up any of us instead, then we can
> >>tell him that it CAN be done. :)
> >>    
> >>
> >/snip 
> >_______________________________________________
> >talk mailing list
> >talk at lists.nyphp.org
> >http://lists.nyphp.org/mailman/listinfo/talk
> >
> >  
> >
> 
> _______________________________________________
> talk mailing list
> talk at lists.nyphp.org
> http://lists.nyphp.org/mailman/listinfo/talk
> 
> 






More information about the talk mailing list