Apache and PHP

Stijn Hoop stijn at win.tue.nl
Tue Apr 15 12:06:26 PDT 2003

On Tue, Apr 15, 2003 at 01:48:30PM -0500, Jack L. Stone wrote:
> Sure enough, the 'register_globals' set to "On" solved my nagging problem
> and php scripts all work again.

... but be sure to read all the security implications of that setting
at http://www.php.net/manual/en/security.registerglobals.php.
You're much better off writing code that uses $_GET, $_POST, $_REQUEST
and the like.

Of course, you may have legacy code that you can't update...


"...I like logs. They give me a warm fuzzy feeling. I've been known to keep
logs for 30 months at a time (generally when I thought I was rotating them
daily, but was actually rotating them once a month)."
	-- Michael Lucas, in Big Scary Daemons article 'Controlling Bandwidth'
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