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5/28/2018 6:34 AM
 

HI all,
DNN 8.4

The security analyzer found some php files.
I have removed most of these files.
However, I'am hesitating to remove the files mentioned below.
Is there somebody who can tell me if these files/folders are legal?

With regards, Ton

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PHP Folder : \mywebsite.com\wwwroot\Resources\Shared\components\CodeEditor\mode
php.js : \mywebsite.com\wwwroot\Resources\Shared\components\CodeEditor\mode\php
codemirror.mode.php.min.js : \mywebsite.com\wwwroot\Providers\HtmlEditorProviders\CKEditor\plugins\codemirror\js

 


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5/28/2018 10:57 AM
 
Ton,

there are no PHP files in an DNN installation. I guess these files are delivered with the CK Editor to use it in an PHP application, therefore I guess it is not used in any way (as most of the other folders there, "Fortran", "Coffescript", "Pascal", "Python"...). There is no php file in the folder, only js (Javascript) files and html as far as I can see.

But this is only a guess - I never tried to delete them.

Happy DNNing!
Michael


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5/30/2018 5:08 PM
 

Hi Michael,

Thanks for the answer.

Regards, Ton


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I am not aware of any PHP files installed by DNN (maybe in the providers/htmleditorproviders folder),
For security reasons, i strongly suggest to make sure to disable support for any technology in IIS; you are not supporting in any of your websites.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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