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Receiving FATAL ERROR in our production environmen
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TOPIC: Receiving FATAL ERROR in our production environmen
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Re:Receiving FATAL ERROR in our production environmen 2 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 0
Ok, I think I'm getting closer. When I look in my production environment I see:
---------- 1 root www 566 Mar 20 11:44 arismartcontent_config.php


Where in my development environment the file has rw permissions, so this is the problem.

I'm going to investigate a bit more...
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#64740
Re:Receiving FATAL ERROR in our production environmen 2 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 0
So based on our security my admin said:

"But I see you are wanting a php file to have access. The second line above explicitly forbids that. The idea is that we don't to execute php scripts from a writeable area of the site (like temp or cache). This reduces the chance that someone can upload something malicious and execute it with the privs of the web server."

We basically set all php files to not be writeable when in a 'writeable directory'...

Any other ideas?

thanks.
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#64744
Re:Receiving FATAL ERROR in our production environmen 2 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 728
We will update this functionality in the next version of the extension. It will be ready within couple of days.

Regards,
ARI Soft
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#64761
Re:Receiving FATAL ERROR in our production environmen 2 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0
Thank you. I look forward to trying it out.

Another question, any chance you'll be moving to an SSL environment soon? your site is not 'secure', my university frowns upon us using tools from 'non-secure' sites...

thanks,
Laura
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#64826
Re:Receiving FATAL ERROR in our production environmen 2 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0
We are not able to have any .php files sitting in our 'cache' folder. Is there a fix for this?

---------- 1 root www 566 Mar 20 11:44 arismartcontent_config.php

This is because we can't have .php files sitting in a 'writeable' directory... such as cache...

from our administrator:
"But I see you are wanting a php file to have access. The second line above explicitly forbids that. The idea is that we don't to execute php scripts from a writeable area of the site (like temp or cache). This reduces the chance that someone can upload something malicious and execute it with the privs of the web server."

Please help!

thanks
Laura
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#64870
Re:Receiving FATAL ERROR in our production environmen 2 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0
When will this be fixed? As we cannot have a .php file in a writeable directory...

thanks.
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