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Can PHP alter a file's permissions?
| 7:53 pm on Jan 5, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I have written a CMS system (with the help of all of you who had posted replies to me! Thanks!) that adds/modifies/deletes rows (pages) within a database (site).
My next thing is to make the CMS system load up HTML or text files and edit them!
I know that using the fopen command and the write commands, the CHMOD of the file has to be writeable, but this opens up a security flaw.
Is there anyway that a PHP command could change the CHMOD of a file before it is opened to make it writable and then change it back to just read?
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