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Thread began 12/01/2009 12:25 pm by office377308 | Last modified 1/08/2010 3:58 pm by office377308 | 1549 views | 7 replies


security questions

I noticed that there are different parameters available if right-clicking on a picture in kfm extended folder view. I guess it depends on the file / directory permissions. Is this right?

I have another question about security: HTML Editor installs itself always in the root directory which I find problematic. When I used FCKeditor manually I always installed it within my /admin (htaccess) protected subdirectory.

What would be your advice to secure HTML Editor? If someone from outside guesses this link:
browser.php this person could do a lot of trouble there.

The problem is: my admin subdirectory is (htaccess) protected as a subdirectory of root. HTMLEditor resides in its own subdirectory of root as well and is only used by the admin (in my case). This makes it difficult to use the same protection strategy via htaccess because it would mean to use two htaccess - protected directories.

How should I proceed ? Use security assist? Which subdirectories / files should be protected then?

Please let me know,

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