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Check modification date of mysql/user.MYD file
You set the port by setting $cfg['Servers'][$i]['port'] in /etc/phpmyadmin/config.inc.php.
Under the directory section, add the line “AllowOverride All” under “Directory Index”. Make Sure you have .htaccess file with below content. AuthType Basic AuthName "Restricted Files" AuthUserFile /path/to/passwords/.htpasswd Require valid-user
You also need to install php so it can render the code. Depends on your OS which is not mentioned, just google on how to install php (ex, in centos: yum install php or apt-get install php5 for debian alike ; it should also install the dependencies) Then you need to restart apache and it should execute the php code. Good luck
First, get rid of phpMyAdmin. It's just a giant security hole, and doesn't even have a very pretty interface. You'll find that almost no professional DBAs or system administrators will go anywhere near it. It's not even really necessary, since the basics of SQL aren't hard to pick up. Second, the database files themselves are in MySQL's datadir, so just ...
I don't really understand the panic with your management over using basic authentication when done over HTTPS, it seems a bit overzealous to flag that as an immediate problem. (See https://security.stackexchange.com/questions/988/is-basic-auth-secure-if-done-over-https for a bit more discussion on the matter, yes I realize there are potential shortcomings ...
I have done what you said and the phpmyadmin interface is working. Thanks a lot! Then I had to change the password for the root user (using this guide https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/resetting-permissions.html) and now I can login in the phpmyadmin interface. I have created a mysql database and installed Prestashop. During the installation ...
Your company needs to pay a consultant to come in and a) do a thorough check of your system, and b) teach you the basics of how to secure your LAMP site. Meanwhile, I suggest that you do chmod -R 000 /path/to/wwwfiles/phpmyadmin/setup This will make that page unaccessible to everyone, thus closing that particular security hole.
I can identify two problems and that's probably enough to write an answer, however there are probably more than just these two problems. The first is that your Apache config is missing: DirectoryIndex index.php It may have already: DirectoryIndex index.html In which case you can just add index.php to the end of that line so that they both work. If ...
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