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8 years 2 months ago #3 by Zeno
List non-joomla files? was created by Zeno
This looks like a very simple and straightforward but extremely useful tool!

I don't think it does it at the moment, but would it be possible to get it to list directories and files that are not part of the joomla installation? That would allow it to check for files that may have been added by an exploit. If it listed additional directories, many of these will be from added extensions, but those could be checked manually by admin.

I can see that the /images/ directory could throw up a lot of non-joomla files, but maybe they could be excluded?

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8 years 2 months ago #4 by LD_Admin
Replied by LD_Admin on topic List non-joomla files?
Hi Zeno,

I have sent you an Audit_FS_J3_plus.php by email... This will list new files for you and can be used with the Audit_FS_J3.zip file you already have.

You may well be aware this does bring up many files due to added extensions, images and added templates. I have initially left this out as so many new files listed would confuse unfamiliar & new Joomla users.

Hope this helps and please let me know how you get along with this....

cheers
Clive

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