suPHP is a tool for executing PHP scripts with the permissions of their owners.

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Apache, suexec, PHP, suPHP

While I'm quite comfortable as a Linux user, my Linux Admin-fu is a bit weak. Thus, I'm here looking for guidance with a CentOS server I'm about to build. I need to setup an Apache2 web server for a ...
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Creating new users using PHP not recognized by Apache 2.4

I have a server setup where new linux users are created using (PHP) shell_exec ( '/usr/sbin/useradd ' . $username ); exec ('usermod -a -G ' . $username . ' '. $username); #add user into the usergroup ...
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Apache DSO file permissions 777

Ideally I would be using suPHP however I have been forced to use DSO... How worried should I be about setting the folders permissions to 777 and how can I improve the security of doing so?