I need a security hole fixed on a SHARED server.
I have a directory with some PHP files in it: /home/[url removed, login to view]
I need to be able to execute these as PHP by include()ing them from /home/site.com. So when the code is included, it will be seen as running from /home/[url removed, login to view], even though they are being taken from /home/[url removed, login to view]
The problem is that I don't want the files from /home/[url removed, login to view] to be able to read/write to anything..
But I still need the file that calls them (in /home/[url removed, login to view]) to have read/write access.
I have been told to use chown by someone, but I'm not sure what to do. I tried some chmod stuff but it either disabled everything from read/write or nothing. There was no distinction based on where the source php was coming from. Maybe I could use an iframe but who wants to do that? Not me.
I REQUIRE the problem solved, along with a DESCRIPTION of how the problem was solved, clearly, so I can do it again myself in the future if required.
PLEASE ONLY BID IF YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHAT TO DO. It would be helpful it you could give me a hint prior to me accepting your bid.