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SQL Fiddle it's a great website you can write your sql queries to testing them and share it with others.
In order to track history, you need to enable the "SQL history feature" of phpMyAdmin. You can find details on how to do this on the documentation site. One thing to note is that the SQL history feature will only track commands entered via the phpMyAdmin interface. If you're looking for specific transaction history on a given table that an application does, ...
I haven't tried it but this plugin seems to be what you need: External DB authentication.
This is a really bad idea. You should never allow direct access to you database from a browser or from an externally accessible endpoint. It's not a security issue, it's a design issue.
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