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  • I see that there is a “strict” .htaccess file.

    I removed it and all of the readme stuffz( i already block those too)

    Now my error.log stops wizzin by


    Plugin Contributor sLa Team


    Hi 🙂

    I do not allow direct access to files and it is now throwing a 403 error.
    I see that there is a “strict” .htaccess file.

    This is a problem?
    Wath is the problem?

    Explain me more … 😉

    This is a Ticket #5766717

    your htaccess conflicted with my apache conf and broke your plugin.

    your css and js files became 403.

    I use:

    RewriteRule .*\.(jpg|jpeg|gif|png|bmp|flv|mp3|wav|swf|psd|txt|doc|exe|zip|kml|mp4|JPG|avi|mpg|mpeg|fla|rar|sql|gz|7z|tar|css|js|wmv|rm|bcp|cbk|bcf|xml)$ – [R=404,NC,L]

    in my httpd.conf <directory> settings.

    i believe its better to 404 and tell bad guys there is nothing there to hack instead of 403 and let them keep hacking on it.

    whats a Ticket #5766717?

    Cheerz 🙂

    Plugin Contributor sLa Team


    I am interested to this exception to provide .htaccess file and “Strict Security Rules” compatible with the majority of systems: how do you think i should change .htaccess file to match your configuration but maintaining it impossible to access directed to external files .css and .js on plugin pakage?

    This issue was inserted as Ticket #5766717 on to To-Do List for Future Development.

    I’m really not that smart :/

    Your intentions are great and theoretically should work fine with the “sub” htaccess over-riding higher configs.

    For php pages I know a simple “if is_defined(whatever)” stops the page from being called directly.

    What about instead of using “Allow/Deny” use “Rewrites” like I use for “hotlinking”?

    Plugin Contributor sLa Team


    Thanks you so much for suggestions!

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