I recently moved my website from a Test Server, onto a Live Domain Server
My domain is being hosted by a Shared-Hosting service (Registrar)
I would like to create a "decoy" web-page (or web-portal), using PHP. The purpose of this portal would be to HIDE my actual URL file-paths (hide the file-names, and folder-names), and replace them with a string of "rubbish" characters, when displaying them in the browser's address-line.
For instance, let's say that my domain name is : [url removed, login to view]
Let's say that, under my main root folder, I have a folder called : PHP
And, under this folder, I have a LOG-IN file named : [url removed, login to view]
So, when a user wants to log in, he will see the following in his browser's address box :
[url removed, login to view]
I want to remove this. I don't want my folders and file-names to be visible.
I want it to be displayed as follows :
[url removed, login to view]*)#?(&/¤FKG?=&)=*)#?(&/¤FKG?=&)=
In other words : no matter which page the user visits, the ONLY thing he can see clearly in his browser is : [url removed, login to view]
Anything which comes after that is just a bunch of randomly-selected characters.
One way of accomplishing this would be to : set up all my URLs to go to a decoy-page (web-portal), with an argument that contains a code for the REAL page to be output.
For example : [url removed, login to view]
The script in [url removed, login to view] should output the page that has been assigned as "1234".
All the website wages would be in a directory that is unavailable to HTTP, but readable by [url removed, login to view]