Secure config for Apache2.4 + PHP-FPM?

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Issue

Very rusty with PHP and Apache so hopefully this will be an easy question. The Apache Wiki has a page on setting up PHP-FPM with Apache 2.4, but the specified ProxyPassMatch method of forwarding requests for .php files to the php-fpm module is insecure. Is there a standard/canonical setup that is secure?

Solution

It’s not insecure anymore. There’s a new config parameter for php-fpm (since 5.3.9),
security.limit_extensions, that defaults to ‘.php’ so php-fpm will only run files with these extensions. It won’t run the .jpg in that example.

Answered By – troseman

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