Issue reported: #8018.
Target for a comment would be the object commented on. So maybe the post commented on was deleted/disabled/corrupted, but the river item for the comment on it was for some reason left behind.
After line 10 of that file,... view reply
Since you can already nail the request down to one zip package, there's no need to have the HMAC verify path. Just have URLs like: /package/GUID/timestamp.mac/index.html where mac = HMAC(guid + timestamp + session_id, key) and Base64URL encoded.... view reply
t = timestamp the link was created
p = relative path to file, whatever you need to specify
m = HMAC(session id + t + p, secret_key)
With this, PHP can use HMAC to... view reply
X-Sendfile (never used it) could be an answer. You can control access w/ PHP but tell the httpd to serve the file. Still costs you a PHP process though.
There are schemes to reduce the overhead of the PHP process to almost nothing: E.g. use HMAC... view reply
If you run an Elgg where the "Lost password" feature fails (e.g. localhost with no mail-sending abililty, or you lost access to the e-mail account), you may need to change your password to get back in.
Here's a script to do that.
First you'll need...
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