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what kind of shell? bash? or php shell?
do you want to do this for all users or just one folder?
cloudlinux and asl work together. you need to use the cl kernel.
if they have root access to the server you will want to reinstall. no way to know if you got them off if they had root.
How to protect this? Users should never be able to browse the root of the server (and more important, not download from it!).
only the kernel...
use the --exclude setting
clamscan --exclude=maildirectory -i -r /home
clamav does not have an email ability.
The class of attack is known as a "heap-based buffer overflow"; your OS might be built with protections to mitigate against these attacks.
gotroot rules have a secure crawler detector, they check the ranges and dont block google
i wish there more details. culd they have just stolen password?
mod_php and suphp. fcgi is too slow for us.
we are testin modruid but it has permission problems with cpanel logs
according to brad at grsec, the apache "SymlinksIfOwnerMatch option has an inherent race condition that prevents it from being used as a security...
they say its just a cross site scripting exploit. have you found anything else out?
works great for me
thats a false positive. redhat supports bind 9.3.6 and patches it. so trustwave is wrong. either find a new pci auditor or tell trustwave they...
you cant disable modsec 2.6.6 via .htaccess. these arent even 2.x directives:
are you sure you...
ill second that. direct root logins should be disabled.
im running latest and its not included. i asked scott about it, and he said its a special file for DIY types. heres a link from the atomic...
two different things really. safe mode is not supported in php 5.3 and newer, so if have 5.3 or newer you cant do safe mode. suphp will force...
that not true, they are open on weekends and 24 hours, says so right here on their website "Support Hours".
it sounds like you just didnt...
only if you are worried about inside threats. either malicious users or virus and worms that get on your network. if you are not worried about...