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How can I prevent people from stealing my cgi code ?
Is there a certain chmod command for it ? Or can´t they access and view my cgi files ?
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If your webserver is setup correctly, users won't be able to view your CGI code as it will be executed.
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by:YellowHippy
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You can easyly check by going to your onw page and view the source code.
If the source-code is plain html then there is no change that anyone can steal your code(at least to as easy :-))

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