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ThinkPHP Blog:
Improving Usability on "My Chorizo" page the host signature file
July 31, 2006 @ 05:59:21

The guys over at the ThinkPHP blog are already improving their Chorizo security scanner software with refreshed usability for their "My Chorizo" page inside the utility.

In the spirit of Web2.0 applications, we constantly improve Chorizo! and silently update the application with the newest features. In order to scan a host, you have to prove that you are the owner of the host by uploading a unique signature file to your host's document root. Some of our users had trouble uploading it into the docroot, some accidently put it into the wrong directory.

Their enhancement makes it easy to tell which of the products have their signature files in place and while don't at a glance.

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