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Old 14th September 2006, 09:50
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Originally Posted by djtremors
safemode is pointless if the files are owned by the apache server user. Website can write to any file because it owns them.
I've change it to hard code to "root" so nothing (even the website) can write to the files unless they are chmod 777 already.
Thats not correct for ISPConfig, have you tried it? The ISPCOnfig safemode checkbx does not only configure the PHP safemode, it also sets a directory restriction which prevents PHP scripts to read or write any file outside of the web directory.
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