Sorry to post this question here, but the suhosin forums appear to be down for maintenance. I keep getting email alerts from one of my servers with the subject "ACTIVE SYSTEM ATTACK" and they are in regard to a single file/script in a single customer account. Here's the message (with x's to replace sensitive info of course): Active System Attack Alerts =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= May 8 03:30:55 suhosin: ALERT - configured request variable name length limit exceeded - dropped variable '/site/data/no/19/740_480_0_100_1_100_100_0_60_1_54_40_0_20_20_local' (attacker 'xx.xx.167.179', file '/home/xxxxxxx/public_html/xxxxxxxxxxx.com/script_name/index.php') --------------- Basically all I want to do is get the server to stop sending me alerts about that one file/script in that one user account. Can anyone here tell me how to do that? BTW, I checked into trying to figure out what I could possibly put in /etc/logcheck/ignore or /etc/logcheck/violations.ignore but unfortunately I can't figure out what I should enter in there for this particular attack alert, and I don't want to muck anything up, so I figured it was time to start asking around. Thank you for any advice / replies!