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Just ran a Nessus Scan Report...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by damainman, Feb 10, 2004.

  1. damainman

    damainman Well-Known Member

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    It said i needed to upgrade OpenSSL, is cpanel planning up update soon? The version is said i needed to upgrade to was: Solution : Upgrade to version 0.9.6j (0.9.7b) or newer

    Also incase anyone else needed to know, count.cgi and guestbook.cgi returned a secruity vulnerability... so it might be wise to disable those.
     
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    I am using 0.9.7a and it's located here: http://updates.cpanel.net/redhat/updates/9/9/en/os/i686/openssl-0.9.7a-20.i686.rpm

    You may want to search it in ther rpm list first (i think it's ossl or something there) and select option reinstall. If you are on Stable Updates please enable the lowest security updates level and run update.

    Otherwise you may install it with rpm -Uvh.

    *i do not guarantee that all of the above is right and work*
     
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    Thanks for the reply.. i'm also using 0.9.7a but my secruity scan gave me a warning saying to upgrade to 0.9.7b or greater.

    Also does anyone know how i can disable the counter and guestbook script that comes with cpanel? Those two scripts are the only vulnerabilities that were listed on my server.
     
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