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Some daemons traditionally use nobody, so that if they are comprimised, the access they have is limited. If you start assigning files to the nobody user, then if you do have a daemon running as that user, and it was comprimised in some way, then the attacker could potentially gain access to the files. Given that the files are a website, and Joomla ...
You might want to include folders which contains your application. Should an attacker be able to exploit your server chances are they will write a file to your web root.
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