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Canceling Notifications

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by batchenr, Jun 11, 2017.

  1. batchenr

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    Hello,

    i have gone throw all of our Cpanels in order to cancel notifications as it send 10000 a day
    but still we recive this kind of notiffications :

    Possible root compromise: User account USER is a superuser (UID 0)

    this is our monitoring user and we dont want this notification.
    i went to contact manager and cancel almost all notification but i guess this kind of notification is not there,
    how can i cancel it ?
     
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    Are you sure you've got this super user setup properly? Doesn't sound like it to me.
     
  3. batchenr

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    what do you mean ? i Intentionally gave this user root priv and even if i go to Cpanel GUI to add this user
    to root users it says "user not found" - we just want to stop the notifications - can you tell me where i can do it ?
     
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    The notifications are telling you that this user is not setup properly, IMO. Can you elaborate on this monitoring user a bit more?

    If you make an user account a Reseller and set all accounts to be owned by that user, you'd have proper access to all accounts he owns.
     
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    Please just tell me how do i cancel this notification i just want to cancel it sending us mails not fix anything
    is there a way ?
     
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    Hello,

    The notification you are referencing comes from CSF/LFD as opposed to cPanel. You can browse to the CSF administrative interface in WHM to change your notification settings.

    Thank you.
     
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    ok so i figured you referred to "ConfigServer Security & Firewall" to the option :

    DROP_UID_LOGGING
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    Together with DROP_OUT_LOGGING enabled, this option logs the UID connecting
    out (where available) which can help track abuse
    "

    thanks
     
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