Securely Renaming a Massive Amount of Files with PHP – Part 3

Part One: Reading a folder structure recursively.
Part Two: Renaming the files (uniquely) and storing new and old file paths.
Part Three: Copy the files into a sequenced folder system.

This is the third and final part of my tutorial regarding renaming and copying files with new secure names. In the first two sections we covered:
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Securely Renaming a Massive Amount of Files with PHP – Part 2

Part One: Reading a folder structure recursively.
Part Two: Renaming the files (uniquely) and storing new and old file paths.
Part Three: Copy the files into a sequenced folder system.

This tutorial is a continuation of Securely Renaming a Massive Amount of Files with PHP. In Part 1, we covered:
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Securely Renaming a Massive Amount of Files with PHP – The Non-Destructive Route

A recent project scope included renaming (literally) tens of thousands of documents for security purposes – it’s not too secure having files name “November-2011-Finances.doc” hosted online.

This tutorial will explain how to use PHP locally (without a web server like XXAMP, MAMP, or WAMP). Using one of these 3 services is fine, but we decided to go the system route!

I will break this tutorial down into multiple parts:
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