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HTTP headers showing absolute filenames
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HTTP headers showing absolute filenames
I just started using Sentora and i found it quite worrying that when i check the contents of the headers as well as the source the Sentora login page shows the absolute file paths of various files (like images and scripts) that i was able to parse through my browser.

Are there any plans to change that in a later release?

Also, how come HTTPS is supported by default on Zpanel/Centora?
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RE: HTTP headers showing absolute filenames
(03-28-2015, 01:43 AM)legio314 Wrote: I just started using Sentora and i found it quite worrying that when i check the contents of the headers as well as the source the Sentora login page shows the absolute file paths of various files (like images and scripts) that i was able to parse through my browser.

Are there any plans to change that in a later release?
Headers showing full file path???? Are we talking about HTTP header or HTML code for headers.

I'm sure you are a bit confused here if you mean source code for the login page show calls for images/JS. That would be normal. What did you expected?

/etc/styles/Sentora_Default/js/jquery.js IS not the absolute path for the file as it's under /etc/sentora/panel so the real path on disk is:

/etc/sentora/panel/etc/styles/Sentora_Default/js/jquery.js

You must be confused with the /etc/!

(03-28-2015, 01:43 AM)legio314 Wrote: Also, how come HTTPS is supported by default on Zpanel/Centora?

SSL & HTTPS in the pipe, also there is already an SSL module.
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RE: HTTP headers showing absolute filenames
Yes indeed, you're right, i just acted like an idiot due to tiredness..

Thanks for the rapid response, though!
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