I have an E-gold games script that I'd like to have checked (for security) and the PHP code modified to disable auto payments through E-gold. I have heard that any automated payment processing is very open to exploit.
Basically this is a raffle script; people buy an entry for $x, after a predetermined amount of time the script randomly selects 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes and makes payment from the specified e-gold account automatically. I still need the random pick of the winners, but want to do manual payments, in effect closing the back door to MySql injection or hacking the script to send the payments to an unauthorized E-gold account.
I don't have much in the way of funds for this, I can pay a little and would be glad to cut the coder in on a percentage of the take for a period of time. Take is defined as 10% of the gross take of rafle buys.
An administrative interface would be cool too.
You can see the front end here: [url removed, login to view]
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