Senior Security PHP Developer for Client Reg/Login System
Budget: $100 to $500
We will be launching our new company website soon and need to have a simple, secure system setup for our clients to be able to register, login, and check project updates. Only experienced senior developers with 5+ years experience in security systems, Apache and Linux servers running WHM/Cpanel will be considered. NO amateurs or mid level developers, senior and lead-level only.
Security will need to be top notch and include hashes, salts, and any other security technologies deemed appropriate for our needs that will allow for future system expansion. Our projects are under strict NDA and our files and client info needs to be kept secure.
Main project goals are:
• provide clients with a secure way to create an account username and password with additional company information such as company name, address, URL, company contact name and position, contact email, contact phone number, contact cell.
• auto-create necessary database fields and populate them securely when registration completes.
• email our company with a secure link to approve registration
• email client a success email using an html template that their account has been created
• auto-create an appropriately named folder on our clients.domain.com subdomain
• auto-create an index.php template page with client name and logout button and have a PHP script that loads folder content hyperlinks to files and folders
• login window that will redirect to appropriate client folder/index.php
• secure password reset system
• add additional lines to htaccess and/or php.ini for security and PHP file/script restrictions
We will handle all design and provide layered PSDs and/or pre-coded HTML5/CSS2/3/PHP files for our layouts to the developer. We already have SSL setup with our .htaccess redirecting to https.
This project will lead to a future project where we will add tools for posting images, web pages/apps, videos, notes, approval system, and payment system. We encourage developers to share their experience and recommend anything we may have negated.
Thanks and we look forward to your submissions.