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Encrypt form data without SSL in PHP - PHP Classes

Encrypt form data without SSL in PHP By Francisco del Aguila Encryption is not just for large corporations. Small businesses and nonprofit organizations also need to protect their information, not just due to commercial or industrial concerns, but also about personal data that should be protected to enforce laws in many countries. However, the ideal solution, which is to use SSL/TLS encryption is not always available in all scenarios.
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