Keep using chmod 777 or use „apache” and chmod 775
Thread began 3/11/2015 4:16 pm by Stuward | Last modified 5/15/2015 1:58 pm by Stuward | 1129 views | 6 replies
5/14/2015 12:40 pmRay BorduinWebAssist
You can try using 755, that works on some servers. Using 777 really shouldn't be a security issue. If someone gets enough access to your machine so that they could take advantage of a folder's permissions, you have already been breached.
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