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Automated Alert Upon Insecure Apache Setup

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by servmin, Oct 20, 2004.

  1. servmin

    servmin Member

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    Is there anyway for us to receive an automated alert whenever WHM detects an insecure Apache setup? We don't want our customers to ever see these warning messages. Ideally we would like to have our techs notified about this as soon as it happens so we can fix it before customers every see the message. If there isn't a way to do this directly with WHM is there a mailing list, newsletter or anything we can subscribe to that would alert us to these situations?

    Thank you
     
  2. nickn

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    Obviously not cPanel official or anything...and I'm going to take the liberty to plug a (good) cause that happens to be owned by me...

    If you register and "subscribe" to this:

    http://tweakgeek.com/taxonomy/term/1

    Someone (myself, or someone else who contributes to the site) posts all the security related announcements there. Whenever a new post is made, if you subscribe to that section than you will receive an email.

    Just an idea....to answer your question directly, I don't think it's possible to do that in WHM, and cpanel does not maintain an official list. :)

    (There's absolutely 0 advertisements, or profit of any sort made on this site.....but if you really think this is spam, and it really bothers you, report it.)
     
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  3. servmin

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    Nick,

    Thanks for the link. I registered but I don't see how to "subscribe" so I can recieve automatic alerts.
     
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    Once you are logged in, go here :

    http://tweakgeek.com/subscriptions

    Subscribe to cpanel security (and cpanel news if you wish)

    Both of these will be used strictly for news/security. News is stuff like new cpanel releases, etc... security is of course, anything security related.

    You can see a sample of the security topics posted so far here:
    http://tweakgeek.com/taxonomy/term/1
     

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