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    phpsuexec
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    suphp
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    open_basedir

phpsuexec verses open_basedir or suphp

  • gruessle
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I am on a VPS just by my self no sharing at this time.

I have read quite about phpsuexec and open_basedir but like to hear what someone has to say who knows all solutions rather then just one.


Here are some links:
http://us3.php.net/features.safe-mode
http://www.digitalpulsehosting.com/supp ... article/9/
http://www.suphp.org/Home.html
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  • gruessle
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Here is one thing to be concerned about:

Quote from http://us3.php.net/features.safe-mode:
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Note that safe mode is largely useless. Most ISPs that offer Perl also offer other scripting languages (mostly Perl), and these other languages don't have the equivalent of PHP.
In other words, if PHP's safe mode won't allow vandals into your web presence, they will simply use Perl.
Also, safe mode prevents scripts from creating and using directories (because they will be owned by the WWW server, not by the user who uploaded the PHP script). So it's not only useless, it's also a hindrance.
The only realistic option is to bugger the Apache folks until they run all scripts as the user who's responsible for a given virtualhost or directory.

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