I read it somewhere that someone said that if a directory did not have an index.html (default page), index.php or .htaccess file in it, then it is browseable (i.e. you can see the files of the directory there).
I am sure there should be a way to stop this right? Currently I found this to be true... all dirs on my Raq that did not have a default page or .htaccess and if you typed in the url, you can see the entire directory contents...
Anyone got a better solution? Or do I have to go to every directory and place an index.html file there to stop people browsing it?
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