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another configure.php permissions problem


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I have Set the security level to every single level that people have suggested: 400, 644, 700, 706, 444, 600,

but none of these seem to work as I still get the header at the top saying of a security risk and nothing I do seems to get rid of this.


I used cuteftp and every time I tried to change the CHMOD from 644 to 444 it automatically reverted back to 644 so I had to change it another way.


But that warning is still at the top.

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Cute FTP is total and utter garbage!!! I've lost count of the number of people who can't do things on their site because they're using Cute FTP.


Go to www.ipswitch.com and download the 30 day trial version of WS FTP Home.


Of course that won't help if your site is hosted on a Windows server, because the chmod function only works on Apache servers. For Windows you need to use the File Manager in your web hosting control panel to change the permissions.



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I have a Unix package (run by RedHat Linux). Thanks for your FTP recommendation :) I've used that and changed the permission from 644 to 444 but it's still not working for me and the warning is still there :(

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