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#
# Whitelist appropriate assets files.
# Note that you will need to maintain this whitelist yourself if you modify File::$allowed_extensions
#
# If you are not using Apache then you can ignore this file.
# If you are using IIS then you should look at assets/web.config instead.
#
# To add an extension to the list, you need to put another string of the form "ext|" on the
# FilesMatch line, inside the parentheses. 
#
# For example, to add *.exe files to list of downloadable assets, change this line: 
#
#   <FilesMatch "\.(html|htm|xhtml...
#
# To this:
#
#   <FilesMatch "\.(exe|html|htm|xhtml...
#
# Once you do this, visitors will be able to download *.exe files that are uploaded to the assets
# directory.
#
Deny from all
<FilesMatch "\.(html|htm|xhtml|js|css|bmp|png|gif|jpg|jpeg|ico|pcx|tif|tiff|au|mid|midi|mpa|mp3|ogg|m4a|ra|wma|wav|cda|avi|mpg|mpeg|asf|wmv|m4v|mov|mkv|mp4|swf|flv|ram|rm|doc|docx|txt|rtf|xls|xlsx|pages|ppt|pptx|pps|csv|cab|arj|tar|zip|zipx|sit|sitx|gz|tgz|bz2|ace|arc|pkg|dmg|hqx|jar|xml|pdf|vcf)$">
	Allow from all
</FilesMatch>

# We disable PHP via several methods
# Replace the handler with the default plaintext handler
AddHandler default-handler php phtml php3 php4 php5 inc

<IfModule mod_php5.c>
	# Turn the PHP engine off
	php_flag engine off
</IfModule>