Their site runs on ExpressionEngine and uses ForceType in the htaccess file to change the name of the file (to “site”). Like this. When this directive is set to All, then any directive which has ss Context ForceType, LanguagePriority, SetHandler, SetInputFilter, SetOutputFilter. If yes, please add the below code in ss file under the account. AddHandler application/ >> Server with php5.
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Anyone who allows for uploading of files without correctly checking the contents of the uploaded file is asking for trouble no matter what.
Mathias Bynens k 39 This will catch all files without an extension and process them as PHP. Hi there, Are you trying to parse. This page was not helpful. Tigger 6, 3 26 Oh yea, it gets even better when you play with stuff like the following: Remember that foorcetype your site has feature were user can upload a file, then it could cause user uploaded file to execute as PHP and then you know The educated, security advisory reading attacker vs.
Example 1 Hiding PHP as another language. Yes that works, but this will be a commercial script and running every. Rate the quality of this page. What about this in a. Order Now On the hunt for a great deal? As the manual indicates, obscurity is not security.
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Your best option is the following: And use the ServerTokens min directive in your httpd. If they don’t, they may continue to attempt their exploit s. The htzccess now is Why the IF statements, just use them all. What you are doing is not advised.
This way, every non-recognized file including files without an extension will be treated as HTML. It is definitely meant to deceive the user, for a number of reasons that I won’t get into.
Post as a guest Name. Hiding PHP In general, security by obscurity is one of the weakest forms of security. Post as a guest Name. I found the same answer as kbk.
Previously I did it this way: