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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Configuration access restriction to public_html.
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2005 14:03:36 GMT
On 8/4/05, Chris Johnson <> wrote:

> > (But be careful; There are other ways to activate php including AddHandler.)

>      Right.  This particular server is still 1.3 at themoment but may
> change soon.
>      So AddHandler and maybe SetHandler and possibly some others.  Can
> these be turned off as well?  There's still PERL that could get fired
> up here.

As I said, check the Override lines, which also exist in the 1.3 docs.
 You'll probably find that your current setting is enough to prevent
most dynamic content from being activated in .htaccess files, but you
can also use the <Location> trick if you want to be extra sure.


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