Tag Archives: drupal

Apache WordPress Drupal Website Permissions

Apache WordPress Drupal Website Permissions | Permissions on a Linux webserver is an often confusing topic but hopefully I can clear the mud. There may not be one right answer for all, but below are some suggested configurations! The following applies to WordPress, Drupal, or any similar application. Two concepts to hang on to: – In Linux there are users who

Install Drupal 7 in Ubuntu 12.04

Install Drupal 7 in Ubuntu 12.04 | Drupal 7 is provided in Ubuntu 12.04. I’ll show you how to get it up and running! 1. Install the package drupal7: $ sudo apt-get install drupal7 2. Create the following apache site configuration file: $ sudo nano /etc/apache2/sites-available/drupal7 Alias /drupal7 “/usr/share/drupal7″ < Directory /usr/share/drupal7 > Options -Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews < /Directory > 3. Enable

Protect Against XSS by Enabling HttpOnly for Linux Apache PHP

Protect Against XSS by Enabling HttpOnly for Linux Apache PHP | HttpOnly is a session cookie flag created to protect against cross site scripting and theft of session cookies. For good security, this should be enabled for PHP running under Apache especially for sites such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and other popular PHP-based web applications. OWASP has some information on HttpOnly. I’ll show you how to

BlindElephant – Web Application Fingerprinting

BlindElephant – Web Application Fingerprinting | BlindElephant is a nifty python app that fingerprints web applications such as wordpress, drupal, mediawiki, phpbb, joomla, and many others to determine the version of the web application. BlindElephant works via a new trendy technique of fetching static elements of the web app such as .js, .css, and other core files then running a checksum

Fix Drupal Upload Progress

Fix Drupal Upload Progress | Drupal and other software can take advantage of a nice upload progress bar. Here is how to get that working on CentOS. You may have seen this in Drupal. Let’s fix it! First, in CentOS 5 install these packages: yum install php-pear gcc make php-devel Next as root, issue: pecl install uploadprogress Once that completes,