If a web root directory has a simlink that points to a folder one-level up, does that pose a security risk?
Apache web server intermittently serves 403: “Directory index forbidden by Options directive” and 304
We have configured a web site with SSI for .html files on Apache/2.2.19 on CentOS 5.5 Linux. Works OK, but occasionally get 403 for the root page (index.html served as a directory index). No file ...
Which of these 2 is easier/faster for a Linux server running Apache to process? A) A symlink pointing to a php file: file-sym.php ---> file-orig.php B) A PHP file (file-inc.php) including ...