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ConfigServer Security & Firewall - csf v4.77

Discussion in 'Security' started by mitk, Sep 26, 2009.

  1. mitk

    mitk Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering if anyone knew of a How-to on this application that would work with cpanel?
     
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    I guess a How-to set it up to correctly / optimized to work with cpanel and all its glory
     
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    csf is optimized for cPanel. Click on "check server security" and try to fix problems that appear with red. Other csf settings aredepending on your needs. For example, if you think that permanent block is too restrictive, you can change it with temporarely block.
     
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    If you open the CSF configuration file, you will see that all options have been commented extensively explaining their purpose and use:

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    # pico /etc/csf/csf.conf
    
    Although setting up CSF is not exactly rocket science, if you need additional information beyond what is given in the detailed comments of the configuration file, I would say the same thing Infopro told you to do and go visit Chirpy's web site. (configserver.com)
     
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