It sounds like you're on a UNIX-like system. Ever hear of user/group file permissions? Just set the proper permissions on your directories and files and you're fine. There are many ways to do this sort of thing, so I won't get into it, but it would be much easier to focus on permissions than hacking the PHP source code for something so simple.
Hint: A good place to start would be to look at the user that Apache runs as (or whatever web server you're using). J Yves Reveillon wrote: > Hello, > > this is my security problem with PHP > have a free web hosting server and i permit users to use PHP and some > functions like fopen ! > The problem is that i would like to denied fopen to works with my own web > file of my website > users: /home/userxxxx/www/ > Me: /var/www/html/ > > One solution consist to forbidden the user of fopen (i dont want this for > their file ...) > 2nd: all extension for my own php scripts are for exemple phx > Can i accept the commande fopen with file php but forbid > fopen("any_file.phx") ??? > 3: Or, can i accept some function ONLY if they are execute from my own > subnet ? > The final alternative will be to modify directly the code source of php > and recompile but any help will be welcoming ! > > Thanks ! -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]