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bio website ricardoamaral.net
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Hello there!

My name is Ricardo Amaral and I am an independent developer pursuing my own personal projects around web and software development and more recently Android development, with over 12 years of personal and professional experience. I also enjoy working as a freelancer every now and then whenever time, motivation and opportunity presents itself.

I’m currently a student at University of Minho enrolled in the last year of my undergraduate degree in Informatics Engineering (BSc). I consider myself a reliable and dependable software engineer continuously striving for high quality software, regardless of my workplace or the task at hand.

You are welcome to visit my homepage where you'll find additional details about myself and my public projects.


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accepted How to protect a folder in Apache but allow PHP scripts to access it?
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comment How to protect a folder in Apache but allow PHP scripts to access it?
So, just so I know, will your solution work to the problem I just described or not? Did you test it? I'm a little confused...
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comment How to protect a folder in Apache but allow PHP scripts to access it?
This question was asked more than 1 year ago, I don't even remember it's context :/ But I believe it was something like giving a 403 when people tried to access http://www.mysite.com/some/folder/ but if they opened http://www.mysite.com/some_script.php that needed to access /some/folder to read some data, it needed to work.
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comment Small confusion with access control directives in Apache
I understand all that, but both of them work the same way. That's what I'm trying to understand... Both deny everything but localhost.
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