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From Nguyen Thanh Binh <>
Subject [users@httpd] [SPAM?] [users@httpd] Apache secure for ISP !!! SOS-SOS
Date Tue, 27 May 2003 10:13:38 GMT
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Content preview:  Dear All, I see that apache has got one problem. It is:
  When config multi hosting can not prevent user travel other folder ?
  Exp bellow: / |_ hst |_ hst1 |_ hst2 here are httpd.conf: ... user
  nobody ... <virtualhost hst1> DocumentRoot /hst/hst1 ... </virtualhost>

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