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PHP passthru Document Title Primer Tutorial

We are a bit in awe of the PHP “passthru” function (again, “you had to be there”) as that direct conduit to output from an underlying operating system command. We’ve been in such awe, we have only ever dared use … Continue reading

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PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec Windows Tutorial

Today we turn our attention to the Windows local web server environment such as MAMP scenario, on top of yesterday’s PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec Contenteditable Tutorial‘s work. Would you believe the use of the Windows directory separator “\” … Continue reading

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PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec Contenteditable Tutorial

Today’s enhancement of functionality to our PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec web application of yesterday’s PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec Event Tutorial only kicks in for situations where you have downloaded the PHP code to an Apache/PHP/MySql local … Continue reading

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PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec Event Tutorial

Serverside PHP programming is great for programmers, in our opinion, because … it is so open to embellishing web applications with information from other sources of information from outside your own domain as well as underlying operating systems in that … Continue reading

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PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec Plus Tutorial

Yesterday’s PHP File Finding Signed Time shell_exec Versus exec Tutorial, and postings before it considered “exec” … to be related to the PHP function exec (a favourite of ours) … but then, we introduce today, the idea of “exec” as … Continue reading

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PHP File Finding Signed Time shell_exec Versus exec Tutorial

The recent PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec Tutorial, on the Linux and/or unix and/or macOS side of functionality, did not factor in the choice of … + – … signage possibilities for the “find” command we use via PHP’s … Continue reading

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PHP File Finding shell_exec Versus exec Tutorial

Lots of software based desktop application problems are centred around the finding of files via a time based criteria. With this in mind, today, we combine … the PHP [shell_]exec arrangements featuring in the day before yesterday’s PHP shell_exec Versus … Continue reading

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PHP shell_exec Versus exec Tutorial

Being suckers for “out of the box” solutions to programming issues, what comes “out of the box” with your (perhaps underlying) operating system of use is always inflicting “sucker punches” onto areas we didn’t know existed before … well, you … Continue reading

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