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May
14
comment Using mysqldump in cron job without root password
I think the point is that MechSoftware was making is that being root essentially gives you read access to database files, and they are not encrypted. Therefore, requiring root MySQL password from the root user only to pretty print the data they essentially already can access is "security through obscurity". Besides, permissions are very easy to mess up, e.g. if someone is setting them recursively for a directory, if there's a symbolic link to the file etc.
May
6
comment Passing authorization header to PHP - Flesk's fcgid seems to be in the way
Aaaaaand a Tumbleweed badge! Thanks Plesk ) I guess I'll have to reimplement the whole thing I was working on because of that :(
May
4
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
27
asked Passing authorization header to PHP - Flesk's fcgid seems to be in the way
Aug
29
accepted PHP extension is not loading when running fcgid
Jul
18
answered PHP extension is not loading when running fcgid
Jul
18
revised PHP extension is not loading when running fcgid
edited title
Jul
18
asked PHP extension is not loading when running fcgid
Jan
30
answered The mod_negotiation seems to be enabled, but .php files without extensions return 404
Jan
30
asked The mod_negotiation seems to be enabled, but .php files without extensions return 404
Nov
27
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
2
awarded  Yearling
Dec
3
accepted Why is SSH password authentication a security risk?
Dec
2
awarded  Good Question
Nov
30
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
25
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
24
comment Why is SSH password authentication a security risk?
But with a, say, 96-bit entropy password the bruteforcing time would still be astronomical, even with thousands of computers.
Nov
24
asked Why is SSH password authentication a security risk?
Sep
4
comment Configuring Bazaar repository on Linux
Still, I checked out that Supervisor thingy and it looks very awesome :)
Sep
4
comment Configuring Bazaar repository on Linux
Thanks for the help :) In the end, I went for ssh+bzr path, as it is a most simple one. I decided to create users specifically for repository access (like bzr_septi) and add the to a group for them to be able to manage repository.