XAMPP is alive and kicking, Apache2 is listening to my world-wide accessible port 81 and 82. I use port 80 for accessing the XAMPP interface via my LAN.
All's cool so far
The downside is that myphpadmin, webalizer etc. (/ aliases) are also world-wide accessible via the sites running behind port 81 and 82. This is defenitely NOT cool
Should I move the phpmyadmin, webalizer etc. dir's to the location of 'htdocs', so it's part of port 80 host? or ...?
Anyone got an idea about how to grant access to these aliases only when accessed via port 80/LAN?
Ps: I am not very font of .htaccess and .htpasswd solutions.