Re: spam scripts on vim.org
- Excerpts from Bill Hudacek's message of Wed Sep 26 16:15:20 +0200 2012:
> With all due respect, Dr., I'd suggest that at least a check of 'ctimes'.htaccess can't be modified by apache (permissions) - however there are
> (to catch replaced files within the DocRoot or config areas of the HTTP
> server) on or (soon) after the placement of the suspect images might be
some .php files which are writable by apache eventually.
Of course we could easily write a 5 line php script which outputs all
important (.php and .htaccess files) and their hashes - then changes can
be detected easily by diffing against the last dump.
If you think that we feel more safe having such checks - I'll implement
it - however I'm not going to make the url to that php page public for
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