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  • n. The topmost directory in which the files making up a web site are located on a web server.


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  • (P.S. I had tried both iewebcontrol. exe (300k) and iewebcontrol. msi (650k)) I put the webctrl_client1_0 foder in the "webroot" folder of IIS, no luck.

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  • If you're willing to spend $30, you might want to use a program I have tested and can recommend called Window Washer, available at webroot. com.

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  • The config. php in your webroot can look like this:

  • The only way to guarantee that your config. php will not be served to the world in case of misconfiguration is to keep it out of your webroot.

  • I just uncompresss the zip file in the webroot directory.

  • Worm finds a SQL injection or some other website vuln that allows execution or db access, writes itself in the dynamic pages of the database (or just writes itself to the webroot), boom instant malware propagator.

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  • Migration was mind-numbingly simple: download and unzip Tomcat 6.0.24 change server. xml so the HTTP connector listens on 8082 copy everything from the JRun webroot to the Tomcat webroot update Apache's config to proxy to Tomcat's port number (8082) instead of JRun's start Tomcat, stop JRun, restart Apache full roast blend

  • To install the client-side portion of Smart GWT, simply copy the isomorphic directory from the smartclientRuntime webroot to the webroot of your application.

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  • This file contains settings for basic file locations such the location of webroot, the Smart GWT SQL engine and DMI.

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  • But now with mappings, you can simplify things, even if you're just using the webroot: full roast blend


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