The error message
Register Globals On means that the
register_globals directive is set to
On in your PHP configuration file. This directive controls whether or not PHP will automatically create global variables for the contents of the EGPCS (Environment, GET, POST, Cookie, Server) variables.
register_globals set to
On is a security risk, as it allows attackers to inject malicious code into your PHP scripts. If you receive this error, you should disable the
register_globals directive in your PHP configuration file.
To disable the
register_globals directive, you will need to edit your PHP configuration file. The location of this file will vary depending on your web hosting provider. Once you have found the file, you will need to find the
register_globals directive and set its value to
For example, if your PHP configuration file is located at
/public_html/php.ini, you would add the following line to the file:
register_globals = Off
Once you have disabled the
register_globals directive, you will no longer receive the error message
Register Globals On.
Here are some additional details about the
register_globalsdirective is deprecated in PHP 5.3.0 and removed in PHP 5.4.0.
register_globalsdirective is enabled by default in PHP 4.2.0 and earlier.
register_globalsdirective can be disabled by setting its value to
Offin the PHP configuration file.
If you run a script that requires php "register globals on" instead, create a php.ini file and include the following:
register_globals = 1
Save the file and upload it to the directory of the script that requires register globals on. If the script requires it in multiple directories you can upload your php.ini to those directories as well.
If that does not function for the script create or modify your .htaccess file to include the following:
php_flag register_globals On
Save the file and upload it to the directory of the script that requires register globals on.
Note: This feature is no longer supported by PHP versions 5.3 and above.
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