[ Installation Walkthrough ]


* SQL Database Server Hostname:
[ Usually: 'localhost' ]

* SQL Database Access Username:

* SQL Database Access Password:

* SQL Database Name:

* SQL Database Tables Prefix:
[ Example: 'MySQLDatabaseTables' ]

* Your Electronic Mail Address:
[ For System / Activity Notifications ]

* Secure Uniform Resource Locator With Path-To-Cerberus Directory:
[ SWU, Secure Sockets Layer ( SSL ), Transport Layer Security ( TLS ), etc. Example: https://TinkeSoftware.com/Cerberus ]

* Clear Uniform Resource Locator With Path-To-Cerberus Directory:
[ Example: http://TinkeSoftware.com/Cerberus ]

Create This Database ?


[ ! ] *Nix Server Users ( Linux, Unix, BSD, GNU, etc. ): Please CHMOD the following directories, subdirectories and files the correct read/write permissions before proceeding with the installation:
[ * ] System
[ * ] Temporary
[ * ] Upload
[ * ] User

[ ! ] *Nix Server Users ( Linux, Unix, BSD, GNU, etc. ): Please refer to the Installation Manual for a complete list of permissions that should be applied to each individual file. This Installation Script is capable of setting the correct permissions to each directory and file. Click [ here ] to run the Permissions Loop.

[ ! ] Microsoft Windows Server Users: All of Cerberus Files are on 'Read Only' by default, and in order to install Cerberus correctly you must remove the 'Read Only' flag on each file listed in the Installation Walkthrough.

[ ! ] If you would like additional security for the Administration cPanel please install an .htaccess file into the ./Module/Administration/ directory with a username and password before proceeding with this installation.

[ ! ] Cerberus Content Management Systems programming has been tested by vulnerability scanning software and it has passed checks against all rudimentary vulnerabilities and exploit techniques, such as:
[ * ] S.Q.L. Injection Attacks
[ * ] Cookie Injection Attacks
[ * ] MD-5 / SHA-128 / SHA-256 Hash Decryption Attacks
[ * ] Cross Site Scripting Attacks
[ * ] Large File Upload Attacks
[ * ] Local and Remote File Inclusion Attacks
[ * ] Local and Remote Code Execution Attacks

[ ! ] Please keep your server software, kernels and applications up-to-date and set server security policies that comply with security standards to prevent any exploitation of your data. It is up to the Administrator of the Web Server running Cerberus Content Management System to install Cerberus correctly by following each of the important steps stated above and outlined in the documentation file for this project - not doing so may leave the Internal System open to attacks, double check the steps before proceeding.

[ ! ] This Installation Script has not been secured from vulnerabilities, do not leave this Installation Script on a live server for longer than is needed to install Cerberus Content Management System.

[ ! ] If you are unable to install the S.Q.L. Tables please click [ here ], Copy the S.Q.L. Tables and Manually Paste them into your S.Q.L. Manager / Editor.

[ + ] Software Engine Versions and Information:

Cerberus Content Management System Information:
-> Information About The Currently Running Cerberus CMS Version

Post Hypertext Preprocessor ( PHP ) Interpreter & Zend Engine Information:
-> Information About The Currently Running PHP Version
-> PHP Extensions Currently Loaded

[ ! ] Internal Documents:
-> About
-> Bug Tracker
-> Change Log
-> File List
-> License
-> Read Me
-> To Do Notes
-> Version Notes

[ ! ] Modify and Configure These Documents Before Proceeeding With Installation:
-> Robots
-> Terms of Service & Privacy Policy


Copyright © Tinke Software, Cerberus Content Management System, Gary Christopher Johnson, 2005 - 2019.