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Deny Access To configuration file using php scripts 2005-03-01
raT (ratmole gmail com) (1 replies)
Hello i have a web server and i have a major problem

some of my users are trying to find my pass for my mysql database.

the first thing they do is a
system ('cat /var/www/path to config file');
inside a php script

my problem is to deny this file from being read throu the script since
the apache d

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Re: Deny Access To configuration file using php scripts 2005-03-01
Suramya Tomar (security suramya com)
RE: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-25
Gregory D. Rosenberg (gregg ricis com)
I suspect iFolder is a bit off-topic here.

Yes, I work with Novell consulting a lot and they have used it on several
projects. It is quite nice for synchronizing documentation efforts. Wait
for version 3.x though. It will be much more flexible. It will have P2P
support. That is now you can have

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RE: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-25
Matt Carpenter alticor com
"Scott Fagg" <scott.fagg (at) arup.com (dot) au [email concealed]> wrote on 23/02/2005 04:51:18 PM:

>
> In my netware days, NSS was just volume management. Is it now being used
> to described networked filesystems ?
>
NSS is now a Linux Filesystem type like EXT3 and Reiser.
It includes such wonderful things as Salvage, Righ

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RE: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-24
Scott Fagg (scott fagg arup com au)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gregory D. Rosenberg [mailto:gregg (at) ricis (dot) com [email concealed]]
> Sent: Thursday, 24 February 2005 8:46 AM
> To: Scott Fagg; Raul Dias; Avery Payne
> Cc: focus-linux (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
> Subject: RE: Samba vs NFS
>
> At 2/23/2005 04:06 PM, Scott Fagg wrote:
> >In my netware days

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RE: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-23
Gregory D. Rosenberg (gregg ricis com)
At 2/23/2005 04:06 PM, Scott Fagg wrote:
>In my netware days, NSS was just volume management. Is it now being used
>to described networked filesystems ?

No sales pitch intended here. I just want to point out an alternative and
get other opinions. Just like the rest of the group.

NSS offer the f

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RE: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-23
Scott Fagg (scott fagg arup com au)


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gregory D. Rosenberg [mailto:gregg (at) ricis (dot) com [email concealed]]
> Sent: Thursday, 24 February 2005 2:04 AM
> To: Raul Dias; Avery Payne
> Cc: focus-linux (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
> Subject: Re: Samba vs NFS
>
> I can't speak to the technical details quite yet, but Novell
> / SUSE L

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Re: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-23
Raul Dias (chaos swi com br)
On Wed, 2005-02-23 at 12:29 +1300, Andrew wrote:
> in a linux to linux environment you might consider LUFS which lets u
> mount files systems via ssh
>
>
> LUFS is enabling you to mount into your file hierarchy a remote
> computer's file system, which is accessible by various means (ftp,
> ssh, et

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RE: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-22
Bryce Porter (bporter heart net)
It seems everyone is failing to mention NFSv4. IIRC, it requires Kerberos and is supposed to be even faster and more reliable than NFSv3. It may be worth looking into, albeit still marked experimental in the Linux kernel, and probably not well supported (read: if at all) by any third-party Windows N

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RE: Samba vs NFS 2005-02-22
Scott Fagg (scott fagg arup com au)
Samba does work across routers if you use TCP/IP instead of NetBEUI. There are currently 3 routers between my windows desktop and my samba server at the moment, and none of them are doing anything special.

What's the state of NFSv4 ?

regards,
scott

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