cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

The use of the PHP "exec" function is generally discouraged. Is there a specific task that you need to complete through PHP with it?

Thank you.
 

Tom Risager

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My guess is the OP is asking if CageFS is sufficiently secure that you don't have to bother having "exec" in disable_funcitons. In other words, will exploits that are possible if exec() is allowed be prevented by CageFS?
 

iseletsk

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Yes, it is sufficiently secure. We worked very hard to prevent user from finding out any sensitive info or hacking into other accounts/system even if they can execute any code inside CageFS.