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Just some screenshots of upcoming billing automation software. Currently going to list on CodeCanyon, waiting for them to review currently.

 

Screenshots: http://imgur.com/VjDSSJ5,FdGJqRu,GiBNsxN,OcrOT4U,QRqgGhs,r4fSAh1,GORoUvP,H1f854H,FeF0UVa,zPMP1p6,ZDAVDxS,U7R5nPZ,S8Y6R50,PqABiXp

 

Any ideas/feature requests? Template engine is being used, the current template you can open up with any WYSIWYG editor and modify without issues.

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What level of liability are you accepting responsibility for should a database full of client contact information end up leaked due to exploit/compromise related directly to the software?

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What level of liability are you accepting responsibility for should a database full of client contact information end up leaked due to exploit/compromise related directly to the software?

 

What level of liability does WHMCS or ClientExec accept when that happens? Or any other software?

 

I'd imagine he'd probably just patch the issue, and release a statement, and ideally done as quickly as humanly possible to minimize damage.

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What level of liability are you accepting responsibility for should a database full of client contact information end up leaked due to exploit/compromise related directly to the software?

I offer no warranty on the software, once you buy it if you modify the core code, I accept no liabilities. I will if/once a bug is located, write a patch, test it to ensure it's working, release the patch, post a public announcement to notify every customer to download the patch to prevent compromising of their systems.

 

I don't suspect SQL injection will be an issue, am using PDO with prepared statements, making sure nothing goes direct into the SQL query. I've put in security for other things like XSS,CSRF,etc. So I don't suspect the core software will be responsible for any exploit/compromise.

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I don't suspect SQL injection will be an issue, am using PDO with prepared statements, making sure nothing goes direct into the SQL query. I've put in security for other things like XSS,CSRF,etc. So I don't suspect the core software will be responsible for any exploit/compromise.

Security is always an issue. There is always someone smarter than you.

Have you had your code audited?

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Security is always an issue. There is always someone smarter than you.

Have you had your code audited?

Yes, I have had the code audited by two individuals, if you have someone in mind, I'm willing to have the code audited once more.

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Yes, I have had the code audited by two individuals, if you have someone in mind, I'm willing to have the code audited once more.

 

Have you talked to the guys over at Rack911 yet?

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Have you talked to the guys over at Rack911 yet?

No, however iirc Rack911 doesn't do web application auditing?

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Yes, I have had the code audited by two individuals, if you have someone in mind, I'm willing to have the code audited once more.

 

Vlad from Safe or Not might be able to help.

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Have you talked to the guys over at Rack911 yet?

 

think about cost :D

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53 minutes ago, Licensecart said:

@jarland just to let you know mate he hasn't removed you from the directors yet: https://companycheck.co.uk/company/09475165/KWICERO-LTD/directors-secretaries

^^ I'd get that taken care of quickly because the company's annual return is due in less than 2 months (April 3rd) and if the CEO has disappeared and doesn't file in time then the other directors are liable (UK can impose fines up to  £5,000 and Companies House sends directors nasty letters warning of prosecution for late filing/non-filing)

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7 hours ago, drmike said:

Dead project or?

Yep but who saw that it was good enough to get off the floor haha :D GVH of billing systems.

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16 hours ago, DomainBop said:

^^ I'd get that taken care of quickly because the company's annual return is due in less than 2 months (April 3rd) and if the CEO has disappeared and doesn't file in time then the other directors are liable (UK can impose fines up to  £5,000 and Companies House sends directors nasty letters warning of prosecution for late filing/non-filing)

I wish I had an ounce of an idea how to actually go about it :(

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20 minutes ago, jarland said:

I wish I had an ounce of an idea how to actually go about it :(

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/terminate-an-appointment-of-a-director-tm01  <--sample forms and links to change/remove directors

It can be done online but the person who set up the company probably has the login details for the web filing account so you may need to contact Companies House if you're not in contact with him to get yourself removed as a director.

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