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    Create your own pay per click search engine and build your sites. Completely SQL database driven. Includes an installation wizard, paid and free listings, bidding on keyword and category position, user account manager, banner server, content manager, static/dynamic output, HTML templates, multi-lingual capabilities and more.

     (Added: Sat Aug 10 2002 Hits: 554 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)


    Not Perl-CGI, Sat Nov 08 2003
    6 of 47 people found the following review helpful:


    Reviewed By: blueaegis
    Roy Pope

    Several problems exist with this program, including severe security issues. First, there are no pl or cgi files in this distribution. Most files appear to be compiled binary, and do not have filename extensions. Security issue exists if you as a webmaster cannot examine the code to make certain customer credit card information is being properly handled and not siphoned to the author of the script. Plus, the installer for the script does not work. It repeatedly stops responding.

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