Re: [PHP] safe mode bug ?
There are 2.5 possibilities that make sense.
a.) mod_suphp [Any volunteers to put that into debian tree??:-)]
b.) Run php as cgi and attach she-bang (#!/path/to/pgp-cgi)
c.) Run php as cgi and teach the environment to treat .php files like
binaries with the "binfmt" kernel module
Personally I did not decide wether to take a.) or c.) ...
Franz Georg Köhler wrote:
On So, Jun 06, 2004 at 02:36:13 +0200, Robert Hensel <email@example.com> wrote:
I came upon a strange problem when trying to list directory's in safe
mode as a normal user. Of course I expected this not to work, because
safe_mode disables the possibility of reading files that not belong to
the owner of the PHP-file. However, it does not seem to check for
directory ownerships. (debian stable, PHP4.1.2). PHP does give a warning
about safe_mode (as seen below) but then nicely lists the directory :(
This means any user can just browse through any dir. on my system. PHP
obviously still obeys UNIX file permissions so i could tighten up those,
and enable basedir restrictions and stuff, but it looks to me that this
is just a (major) bug ?
it is widely known that safe_mode is not really safe.
You might want to restrict access with open_basedir .
The most secure solution is still to install php's cgi executable in an
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