Access Pattern Counter: Count page accesses and show the count in HTML

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This package is meant to keep track of the count of users access to the pages of a site. The counter class can also output the current access count in an HTML table.

Page accesses are considered by the remote user computer IP address only if sufficient time has passed, by default one hour. During this access window, a count is kept of the accesses to the page by a specific ip address.

This allows possible detection of denial of service attacks by keeping data useful for tracking access patterns by specific hosts.

All data is kept in a MySQL database.

This class is officially compatible with PHP 5.

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class.counter.php Class Class interface for page counter
class.counterUser.php Class Access pattern counter class
counter.example.php Example Example of counter class usage
counter.sql Data Create MySQL tables

accesspatterncounter-2006-06-12.zip 4KB
accesspatterncounter-2006-06-12.tar.gz 3KB
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