tweakservers

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do you have mod_security installed on your server? If yes, check on the audit_log for your mod_security. Also check on the error_log of apache to get more details.
 

AndyReed

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gokhan1211 said:
Hello. My server the below be found problem there. :confused: (english bad fault look at)
From what I see in the attached image, it is a permission problem. Set the correct permission on /forum/bora and you should be fine.
 

jrozycki

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I get the same Forbidden but compose.php is the file mentioned. I did a test message and immediately after getting the error checked the error logs and found this.

[Mon Oct 2 23:29:56 2006] [error] [client 71.234.231.41] mod_security: Access denied with code 403. Pattern match ".*([Cc][Cc]|[B
b][Cc][Cc]|[Tt][Oo])[[:space:]]*\\\\:.*\\\\@" at ARGS_VALUES("body") [hostname "www.digitalpublishers.com"] [uri "/sqm/src/compose
.php"]

Not sure how to fix this. I have squirrelmail installed outside of cpanel. Same message does not error off when I use the 3rdparty cpanel version. I have the separate installation since I did not like the cpanel webmail login procedure.

Thanks,
Jeff
 

rsaylor

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if you have a .htaccess file make sure that is not the blame. I had the same issue with a customer domain and there .htaccess was causing the issue.
 

jugo

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You can disable mod_security on your vBulletin installation by adding this to the directory it is installed on:

in the .htacces file add

Code:
<IfModule mod_security.c>
SecFilterEngine Off
SecFilterScanPOST Off
</IfModule>
I suggest doing this in the admincp directory only and securing your admincp directory with .htaccess. Although vBulletin is really really good with plugging the "once in a blue moon" security holes they encounter, you can't have too much security. And if you're like me and feel comfortable enough with vBulletin, you can disable mod_security in the forum's directory as well.

:D
 

meweb

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You can disable mod_security on your vBulletin installation by adding this to the directory it is installed on:

in the .htacces file add

Code:
<IfModule mod_security.c>
SecFilterEngine Off
SecFilterScanPOST Off
</IfModule>
I suggest doing this in the admincp directory only and securing your admincp directory with .htaccess. Although vBulletin is really really good with plugging the "once in a blue moon" security holes they encounter, you can't have too much security. And if you're like me and feel comfortable enough with vBulletin, you can disable mod_security in the forum's directory as well.

:D

Exactly, A Very perfect Answer :)
 

saeeded

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You can disable mod_security on your vBulletin installation by adding this to the directory it is installed on:

in the .htacces file add

Code:
<IfModule mod_security.c>
SecFilterEngine Off
SecFilterScanPOST Off
</IfModule>
I suggest doing this in the admincp directory only and securing your admincp directory with .htaccess. Although vBulletin is really really good with plugging the "once in a blue moon" security holes they encounter, you can't have too much security. And if you're like me and feel comfortable enough with vBulletin, you can disable mod_security in the forum's directory as well.

:D
Thankyou so much !
when i do submit form (kind of forms to submit yourself) show forbidden error like above attached images, when i asked my hosting admin he dosent know what dose accidence.
after search alot o the NET advers in your topic and you currectly mension to that problom.
Thankyou and i hope you have happy new year.