Posts Tagged: suphp

suPHP and OSCommerce

Most customers have got to grips with suPHP and the necessary changes this well. However one thing we didn’t reference in our earlier post about suPHP, was a permissions error in OSCommerce. OSCommerce issues a warning if the user that PHP is running under is able to edit the configuration files. Obviously now we have… Read more »

Installing suPHP & Internal Server Errors

What is the difference between suPHP and “regular” PHP? Our regular installation of PHP has always run as the user “nobody” (a fact that often causes issues with temporary files and caches created by the webserver) and does not require the execute flag to run. This inherently creates a security risk that may allow other… Read more »