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Old 12-03-2003, 07:19 PM   #1
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Apache/PHP phpshell script


how can i disable shell_exec, fsockopen, pfsockopen, popen, syslog, openlog, closelog() on my server? cause with a phpshell script u can get a shell wrapped in a PHP script it looks like this http://www.gimpster.com/images/phpshell.png
?something like
Warning...
shell_exec,fsockopen,pfsockopen,popen,syslog,openlog,closelog() has been disabled for security reasons

im runing a Apache/1.3.28 server with PHP v4.3.3
pls help me ppl
 
  


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