proxy url encryption method - ok?
would this be a sufficient url encryption method for a proxy?
assign 37 characters (a-z + 0-9 + -) each to a different random string of numbers/letters (strlength = 10).
eg. a = 3hubf1mda7; b = l23ll22ad5a; c = 24j5m44ad4
each time the script is loaded, the values change.
they are stored as variables at the top of the script.
the URL is entered, and it gets "encrypted" by replacing the URL text with corresponding random letters/numbers
that displays on the user's browser
the real URL is decrypted and loaded - all in the same script process, the random letters/numbers are substituted for their corresponding real numbers/letters.