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To solve instantly permission issues, web cms repositories like public upload repositories are often set to 777. Right now, the only way i found when i'm allowed to modify a ...
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    chmod 777 Or Apache mod_suexec ?


    To solve instantly permission issues, web cms repositories like public upload repositories are often set to 777. Right now, the only way i found when i'm allowed to modify a web host's settings is to use the mod suexec from Apache.

    Both are security issues, so which one should i use ?
    Thanks for any feedbacks or other solutions / advices.

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    php suexec will not allow to run on 777 it will allow you to run on 755
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