Im trying to make a comand line here either with grep
grep domainname /var/log/imunify360/console.log
or using something like
but I cant get around it.
Thing is data in the /var/log/imunify360/console.log file is not really user friendly and I'd like to extract there...
Mid day, something changed, and Apache failed.
These two rules in /etc/apache2/conf.d/modsec_vendor_configs/imunify360-full-apache/004_i360_4_custom.conf seem to be the culprits. I removed them, and Apache would start again. Pretty sure I tried them both individually as well, but things have...
Is it normal for the free version of imunify360 to produce cron logs showing activity every single minute as well as every 5 minutes as such:
May 31 07:30:01 xxxxxxxxxxxxxx CROND: (root) CMD ( imunify360-agent malware on-demand check-detached 2>&1 > /dev/null || :)
Today after a CSF scan I have notice this:
Check php for enable_dl or disabled dl()
You should set:
enable_dl = Off
This prevents users from loading php modules that affect everyone on the server. Note that if use dynamic libraries, such as ioncube, you will have to load them...
has anyone had any success with these? The documentation mentions that you can just enter an email, but the backend only offers the ability to add scripts. I've tried creating a few scripts to run execute when a virus is detected, but they do not work. Any help is greatly appreciated!
I have Imunfy360 installed and CSF/LDF seem to be uninstalled.
I see this message "CSF is installed, but LFD is not running" in the Security Advisor output.
I realize the notice is not accurate and can be safely ignore it ( I double check for CSF/LDF via SSH, not installed ).
Anything I can...