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Apache Info = Security

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Angel78, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. Angel78

    Angel78 Well-Known Member

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    So this message is sticky...does that mean apache needs to be updated? I have version 1.3.27 already, but yeah, I turned tokens off. Is there something in apache that needs to be updated even though the version has not changed?

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  3. Angel78

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    There is new Frontpage extensions package (old one is vulnerable), turn tokens on for a minute or two and you will see :) (then you can turn it off again)

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    WHM 7.2.0 Cpanel 7.2.0-R43
    Apache Core 1.3.27
    Bytes Logger 1.2
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    PHP 4.3.2
    FrontPage 5.0.2.2634
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    Should I still follow that walk through?

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  5. Angel78

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    is the padlock next to installaed aplications closed or opened?

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    all closed

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    Then it's all ok :)

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    FrontPage 5.0.2.2634 (this was the update)

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    ahh..Thanks for the nice responses.

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    Just so you know Apache 1.3.28 has been released and the lock is again open in WHM.... ;)

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    What does Apache 1.28 have that 1.27 doesn't? What's vulnerable with 1.27? ;)

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    Yes, what is the difference? We JUST upgraded apache on all machines (for the new FrontPage patch) and now another upgrade is needed?! I dont mind doing it (we test it on our test machine and then apply it to the others), but I would like to know what is going on with this new update.

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    I think the thing which most people will be interested in is

    and

    There is also some stuff to prevent fd leakage

    You can see the full list @ http://www.apache.org/dist/httpd/CHANGES_1.3
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    Thanks for the link to the apache changes! That's what we were looking for. :D

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    RIGHT

    i use into 9 server
    ServerSignature Off

    and into 2
    ServerSignature YES

    in this way i look when i must update APACHE..but i would like have all server with
    ServerSignature Off


    UP THREAD!:)

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  16. Creazioni

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    RIGHT!
    I HOPE cpanel alert APACHE UPDATE like other alert and not like now that i have to have servesignature ON to look APACHE ALERT

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    bump

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    test

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  19. GetWired

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    This looks like a 2 month old thread. Anyways, I made a little security checklist and its working very very well at rachshack.

    http://forum.rackshack.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=30333

    Take a gander. The more secure your server is, the better off other people on your network are.

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    GOOD JOB !!

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