If you're worried about the integrity of your server, then may I suggest that you use the Roundcube package which is provided by your distribution from its package manager.
The alternative would be that with the assistance of a search engine, anyone could find exploitable installations of the web app.
On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 07:29:19PM +0100, ollie at eillo.org wrote:
> Dunno, but unless I fond an answer that makes sense im nuking the
>> I'm assuming 501 and 80 should be in /etc/passwd and /etc/groups,
> which they're not.
>> I unzipped roundcube in that folder with my own user, so thats what
> I should be seeing right?
>> On Thu, 16 Feb 2012 18:15:58 +0000, Niall O Broin wrote:
> >On 16 Feb 2012, at 18:01, ollie at eillo.org wrote:
> >>Wierd question. I was trying to get my new server to send mails
> >>through roundcube when the roundcube page suddenly failed to
> >>After some checking I noticed that files and folders in the
> >>roundcube directory are owned by the user "501" and belong to
> >>the group "80"
> >>I didnt do that. Where could it come from?
> >Does your web server run as 501:80 ? Are you confident that somebody
> >who shouldn't have been hasn't been on your box?
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