This is a security feature that is solely for your protection or the protection of your data. Scripts that have the right x777 can be manipulated, changed or even emptied (overwritten with nothing) by any other client on the server. Our system detects this and refuses to execute them.

Why does the system do this?

Let's assume that any client could manipulate the script and such a client now enters the shell_exec(rm / -rf) command in your script. If this customer would execute the script, he could delete all data on your account at once. You would grant this security hole to everyone if your scripts were provided with the octal rights x777.

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