I've got some pre-defined maintenance functions (shell scripts) I'd like to be able to be triggered from outside the server. They're non-critical, and there's no risk if someone else gets hold of the URL and triggers them themselves. I'd like to just call them from PHP using shell_exec, but that's disabled in php.ini for all accounts for security reasons. Obviously there will need to be lots of security considerations here. I'm well aware of that already. I tried writing a WHM plugin (which is run as root, and can bypass the disable_functions restriction), but when I try requesting it I just see a login page, even though I set the ACL to "any". Is there a place I can put a PHP script where it will be run by WHM's PHP instance, accessible at myIP:2087, that can be called without logging in?