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From "Tomas Larsson" <>
Subject [users@httpd] File permissions in an Apache enviroment
Date Sun, 06 Jan 2008 01:23:07 GMT
Trying to lock down a special folder.
Now I cant use .htaccess + .htpasswd for some reason.

The directory must be executable for the server (php-script).
I dont want anyone outside to be able get anything from the dir.
The script is run from a normal url, i.e http://mysite/scriptdir/script.php
The url is initiated from the server-bos itself throuh some sort of
CRON-Mechanism (cant explain it better)
I have no access to the server-config, only through .htaccess
the only working way I've found out, so far, is to set the permissions on
the dir to 100.

Anyone that has better solutions or ideas.

With best regards

Tomas Larsson

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