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FTP *** File Manager
Mod Version: 1.6, by Deepdog009 (Coder/Designer) Deepdog009 is offline
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vB Version: 3.6.x Rating: (6 votes - 4.83 average) Installs: 25
Released: 01 Jun 2007 Last Update: 03 Jun 2007 Downloads: 173
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Admincp Tool 2 help with file editing

Upload both folders 2 forumroot...

Now U can access from non-admincp folder or change 2 whatever U like by way of xml...

Go 2 Admincp after uploads and refresh, look 4 FTP menu and check setup...

Use current folder setup or full FTP access by inserting { server, user, pass and choose lang }

Thanks it... Total about 5 min install...

All credit goes 2 Gerd Tentler
Please support his site by using this and other scripts. Check license...

Thank U!
Danke!

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Use non admincp folder or move 2 your choice by way of xml updates... Enjoy the forums
Httaccess Tutorial...

Create a file in text editor and name it { .htaccess } then insert example info with your server path as stated below in examples. Check with your HOST for correct path to forums folders... Also U can use your HOST control panel to create these...

After finding correct path copy and paste in one of the examples below and then copy to .htaccess file and save.

Upload to folder U want to protect with User AuthName...

Next you will need to creat a password { .htpasswd } file.
Check below for more on .htpasswd files...


Example info below
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# Begin password protection #
AuthName "Type in site info or whatever here"
Require valid-user
AuthUserFile "/home/users/web/htdocs/forums/ftp_unix/.htpasswd"
AuthType basic
# End password protection #

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# Begin password protection #
AuthName "Type in name here"
Require valid-user
AuthUserFile "/home/users/web/x123/htdocs/forums/ftp_unix/.htpasswd"
AuthType basic
# End password protection #

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# Begin password protection #
AuthName "Type in name or whatever here"
Require valid-user
AuthUserFile "/home/users/htdocs/forums/ftp_unix/.htpasswd"
AuthType basic
# End password protection #

********************

# Begin password protection #
AuthName "Password Protected"
Require valid-user
AuthUserFile "/hsphere/local/home/siteuser_id/yoursite.org/forums/ftp_unix/.htpasswd"
AuthType basic
# End password protection #

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Creating a .htaccess password file is required to verify password to AuthName.

Create a text file and save it as { .htpasswd } then save and insert new password info created by password maker. Password should look like one of the examples below.

Thats it!

Example info below
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siteadmin:96W2uYoO3AysI

webmaster:x23QymoKMvJ5I

admin:u6HPg4oKMvys4

sysmgr:8h7Iy3UrMv9CI


Its possible that your HOST coniguration may be somewhat different than info here. If so use your HOST's htaccess file creator.

Below are two links to help with creating passwords to AuthName .htaccess file.

http://www.seodoctor.com/admin/htaccess_maker.htm
http://www.kxs.net/support/htaccess_pw.html

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  #2  
Old 01 Jun 2007, 01:27
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Reserved

I use this alot, its a nice little tool 2 help speed things up...
Lower versions of vBull may work ok...

Back up yo files before using...
These files wont write over files already there...

Good Luck
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 01:40
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Awesome, thanks for this...

/me installs
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 01:47
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Thanks, going to try it out on my test site first.

This will be very useful Great job
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 02:42
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Dangerous
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 03:25
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Originally Posted by Shazz View Post
Dangerous
Can be.. I agree, but at the same time it also can be helpful.
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 03:59
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Originally Posted by Shazz View Post
Dangerous

How so?

If you're not sure about using this then please show flaws or issues...

Working fine on my side, you can always htaccess yo admincp if you be unsure...

All files verified and working ok...

Enjoy the forums
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 05:43
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As long as you have to log in each time manually, then it could be okay, but if you login automatically, very dangerous if someone gets access to the admincp. think ill give it a miss tho.
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 05:56
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Perhaps using dir password access would reduce any security threat issues?
I have to enter a dir password and then my normal login for my admincp
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 07:54
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Originally Posted by Deepdog009 View Post
How so?

If you're not sure about using this then please show flaws or issues...

Working fine on my side, you can always htaccess yo admincp if you be unsure...

All files verified and working ok...

Enjoy the forums


i agree with u , not bad.

BR.,
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 08:16
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Thanks!
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 18:41
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Set an .htaccess username and password. That should be fine to protect your site with this script.
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 19:12
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Installed on test server.

Very interesting.
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 23:05
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Post Thanks 4 support

Guys and Gals 90% of Hacks and Mods can be potentially dangerous, anytime you work with files and scripts that require installing 2 database, direct access or file modifications there is a risk that something can or will go wrong.

Thats why somebody invented the TESTER to find these problems and resolve them as soon as possible.

Life would be great if everything released was perfect and flawless.

The best way to prevent issues and vunerabilities is to use best judgement and place security implementation into effect.

Change yo passwords every other month ( use numbers and letters )
Htaccess yo hot spots from hackers ( admincp and private folders )
Use tracking software to view whos accessing hot spots and verify ip address
Only allow trusted folks to yo Admin areas ( FBI Background check ) he he joke

Enjoy the forums...
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Old 01 Jun 2007, 23:19
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It's in the admin area. If they get into that, your board is fu***ed. Anyway, if your careful, youll be fine.
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