Aedatingcms php dir
According to the post, upgrading to version 2.6.18-348.4.1.el5 should solve the issue, though I haven't tried it.glob() does NOT seem to suffer from this same vulnerability.
A very flexible function to recursively list all files in a directory with the option to perform a custom set of actions on those files and/or include extra information about them in the returned data.
The Git Hub Import Tool allows you to quickly & easily import your Git Hub project repos, releases, issues, & wiki to Source Forge with a few clicks.
Then your future releases will be synced to Source Forge automatically.
Reading it is the best way to learn how proxies work, what should you do to modify cache-related headers of your documents and what you should never do again.
A simple test helps prevent this: A variation on listing all the files in a directory recursively.
$files = preg_find('/\.php$/D', $dir, PREG_FIND_RECURSIVE|PREG_FIND_SORTKEYS);sorted in by filesize, in descending order?
$files = preg_find('/./', $dir, PREG_FIND_RECURSIVE|PREG_FIND_RETURNASSOC |PREG_FIND_SORTFILESIZE|PREG_FIND_SORTDESC);$files=array_keys($files);sorted by date modified?
You can easily return any additional data for a given file using $entry['keyname'] = ...
(Note that this data can be any variable type - string, bool, float, resource etc) There is a string variable "$path" available, which contains the full path of the current file, relative to the initial "$dir" supplied at function call.
This data is also available in it's constituent parts, "$dir" and "$file".