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server using cloudlinux, how to turn off expose_php ?

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by basketmen, Nov 18, 2015.

  1. basketmen

    basketmen Well-Known Member

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    For the server using server using cloudlinux, how to turn of expose_php ?

    is it still in WHM > Service Configuration > PHP Configuration Editor ?
     
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    Are you using the PHP Selector option with Cloud Linux?

    Thank you.
     
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    yes, i cant find expose_php in cpanel > Select PHP Version > Switch To PHP Settings

    where is it actually?
     
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    it is Switch To PHP Settings / Options Selector page that i told in post #3 above
    there is no expose_php setting there

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    where the heck is the setting to disable expose_php :D
     
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    Here's a snippet from the document referenced in my last response that should help answer this question:

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