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Finally, when you are working for actual paying clients, you don't always get a say in which hosting company they choose.

If the paying client cares about the quality of work, they'll use a hosting company or buy extra services needed to get the work done. My experience is that the clients that are too cheap with their money to buy basic services and software should be avoided.

(Yes, there are cases where the client can't afford a lot of extras and you have to go through hoops, but there's a minimum set of tools you need.)

And if I were a client and found out my consultant was using hacks which could jeopardize the security of my web site and potentially get my web site taken down by angry sysadmins... well, the consultant would be out on his/her arse in no time and I'd be in contact with some lawyers.

In reply to Re: Re(dmm): Run arbitrary UNIX commands on webserver without telnet by rrwo
in thread Run arbitrary UNIX commands on webserver without telnet by dmmiller2k

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