Background to suPHP

Skynet provides suPHP on an optional basis to its users.

With a simple .htaccess file - Skynet members can choose if all or parts of their public_html use suPHP.

See: [WWW]

In short, it means that PHP will run/execute as *you* the owner of the files (as if you were executing/running the file). That means that you can have your php files chmod'd 600 so no one else can access your files via scripts etc.

It has the following advantages:

It has the following potential disadvantage:

How to Use suPHP

Simply create a ".htaccess" file in the directory you wish to run/switch to suPHP (/home/username/public_html/ ) and place the following line it it:

AddHandler x-httpd-php .php

--steviewdr 06-03-2007

last edited 2007-03-07 17:53:04 by 136