[CentOS] Re: Forbidden: You don't have permission to access
/phpMyAdmin/ on this server.
Herta Van den Eynde
herta.vandeneynde at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 20:42:25 UTC 2008
2008/6/18 Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com>:
> on 6-18-2008 12:22 PM Milton Calnek spake the following:
>> what does your /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpmyadmin.conf
>> look like? By default, it has a Allow 127.0.0.1 in it.
> I'm not using it, I just see the attempts. There must be some vulnerability,
> at least in older versions, or there wouldn't be a script out there to
> exploit it.
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I don't see how it could be config related.
Like I said, I originally had a directory called phpMyAdmin, which
didn't work. I renamed it to pma (to make sure the uppercase
characters weren't causing problems). It still didn't work.
I then copied it to a new directory named phpMyAdmin, just like the
original directory (cp -pr pma phpMyAdmin). The new phpMyAdmin
directory works fine. No config changes in between.
For good measure, I copied it again to yet another directory (cp -pr
pma tst). That other directory works just fine as well. Again
without changing anything in the configs.
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