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how hide some file from file manager

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by roytaa, Oct 6, 2013.

  1. roytaa

    roytaa Registered

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    hello everyone
    im new here :)
    i just have simple question
    sorry for my bad english
    i have server - root access
    and im host provider
    i write a code some time ago with php
    and im selling it
    my users must use my host for it

    i want hide some of my codes (files or folder)
    from file manager
    when they visit myhost:2082/filemanger !
    is there anyway to do it?
    i try some chmod codes
    if users cant see files or folders
    those file not work in their website's too
    for example
    i change
    chmod of public_html/index.php
    now that file cant be view in file manager when that user visit
    but when i open his site
    for example mysite.com/index.php
    its say
    access deniyed

    you will have my soooooooo thanks if anyone here can help me for hide some files in their file manager
    i use fcgi-apache
    thank you
     
  2. roytaa

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    any help on this?:(its not possible?
     
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    PlotHost Well-Known Member

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    I think the best way is to use a PHP encoder like ionCube.
     
  4. roytaa

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    i think my way is better
    but look like its not possible
    .... i must do your way
     
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