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March 20, 2006, 6:41 pm
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I have, what I'd like to think as anyway, a unique situation.
I have a client that has contracted me to build a custom inventory
management system to be installed at the client's location. More
specifically, a custom reporting display system through a kiosk-like
linux installation using a locked-down FireFox.
My development style has always been centralized around one primary
class file (Kernel.php) that calls in the appropriate modules as
$ php ./Kernel.php sendReport
Because this job is to be installed at the client location, is there a
way that I can limit the entire installation of PHP to only allow
Kernel.php to execute?
In other words, I want to be able to completely lock down PHP to stop
any prying eyes from being able to execute ANY other PHP scripts on the
$ php ./someOtherFile.php
Re: Kernel.php ??? Limit all execution to this...
It's a horrible way to build a system. Using a front-controller makes a
large PHP system much more difficult to write.
If that is really your objective then the shortest route to that goal would
be to rewrite the PHP or hack something terrible using an access control
system like RBACS.
I suggest you re-examine the problem and see if that is the right solution.
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