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From Jeff Beard <j...@cyberxape.com>
Subject Re: file's permissions in cgi
Date Wed, 03 Jul 2002 13:35:23 GMT
chmod 750 <filenmame>.cgi
chown nobody.nobody <filename>.cgi

This way the user nobody, which is the default user the server runs as, 
can run those programs but nobody else can.

--Jeff


Mauricio wrote:
> Hi for all.
> When a user run a cgi, he execute as "others".
> Then I have a file .cgi with the permissions:
> r_xr_xr_x
> The problem is that anyone user that log in server using telnet can to 
> execute this file.
> Can anyone help me?
>  
> Mauricio
> +55 - (041) - 219-5246
> mandrade@pr.gov.br <mailto:mandrade@pr.gov.br>



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