Lee Hosty wrote:
> At 17:16 29/09/01 +0100, you wrote:
> > >
> > > <?
> > > phpinfo(INFO_VARIABLES);
> > > ?>
> >yeah, but what about from the client side? When using GET, the client can
> >both see what he's sending to the server, and change that info. Any way to
> >do this with post?
>> why ??
Destroying a bridge might look easy in the movies, but remember: They're
designed to withstand the immense shear-forces of wind and weather. Deploying
an underwater M-32 satchel charge at the base of each load-bearing pylon looks
like the answer, but it might not even shake a modern riveted steel highway or
railroad bridge. Without delving into the complex language of the guerrilla
combat engineer, the best advice I can give you is to forgo subtlety in favor
of brute force: Put two satchel charges at each X-shaped trestle buck, and
this should rob the bridge of any reinforcing strength and cause it to buckle
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