phpMyAdmin through ISPConfig give to much Privileges

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Nap, Nov 11, 2006.

  1. Nap

    Nap Member

    I have setup my ISPConfig to have a reseller, and a client (of the reseller).

    I log into ISPConfig as the client, using the client's username/password.
    I am using the hostname of the machine to access ISPConfig, not the domain name of the client. If this is not the right way of doing it, how do I block clients from being able to log in this way?

    I then proceed to Tools=>phpMyAdmin.

    In phpMyAdmin, I have access to the whole phpMyAdmin range of functions and I can see all the databases (including ISPConfig's).
    This clearly should not happen, as I should only be able to see the ones that the client is authorised for.

    It would seem that I've setup something incorrectly. Can anyone help?


    I am using Debian Sarge, followed Falko's Perfect Install Guide, and installed ISPConfig.
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2006
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    PHPMyAdmin is not connected to the ISPConfig authorization scheme. You will see the options and databases in phpmyadmin that are allowed for this database user.

    Which user do you use to login into phpmyadmin? If you use a database user created in ISPConfig you will only see his database, if you use the mysql root user, you will see all databases.
  3. Nap

    Nap Member

    Hi till,

    My bust.
    In my early testing, I created a MySQL account, and later used the same username in ISPConfig. That is why I am having this problem.

    Sorry to take up your time in this sort of way.


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