htaccess if directive does not work

by Motivated   Last Updated August 14, 2019 10:01 AM - source

The following directive appears to fail in that it results in a 403 error.

<If "%{REQUEST_URI} =~ m#^(.*)?/uploads/(.*\.txt)#">
    Require all denied

The objective of the directive is to deny all requests and/or execution of text files in the directory "upload". The htaccess file is in the root of the web directory.

Based on the Apache documentation, if requests are processed last. If so, should the code be embedded towards the end of the htaccess file or can it be embedded anywhere.

Tags : htaccess

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