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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by webhostau, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. webhostau

    webhostau Well-Known Member

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    hi there,

    How do i restore the previous cpanel/whm?? the lastest version is causing me nightmares.

    Security A Security hole has been discovered in the cPanel's suexec/mod_php handlers. To resolve the problem:????


    Cheers, Fred
     
  2. wptechno

    wptechno Active Member

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    I did it too

    I've upgrade my cpanel because of the security alert too. I now can't use my domain names to access the cpanel. Everything else works using the ip. I did a /scripts/fixeverything and /scripts/updatenow twice and restarted all of my services. Still no good. Might anyone have any insight on how to restore this?
     
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    Did you just upgrade cpanel? Or did you rebuild apache first and then upgrade cpanel?
     
  4. wptechno

    wptechno Active Member

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    just upgraded

    All I know is, it told me there was a security hole and it was severe. It said upgrade by june 8th and it is june 10th which worried me so I clicked on the upgrade link and then clicked a button called build that was located in the new stand alone window.
     
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    Re: just upgraded

    I believe you need to run the apache security update first, then update Cpanel/WHM. You maybe able to change back to the lastest STABLE, by changing your update preference, the run the upcp again, then update apache, then update your Cpanel/WHM with the lastest RELEASE... I believe that is the sequence to get things back to normal... I maybe wrong, but that seems to do it for most people with similar problems :)

    Mickalo
     
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    I don't see a place in update prefs to roll back. Is there another way togo back to the older version?
     
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    in the WHM, under the Change Update Preference, check to box for Automatic STABLE(tree) for the Cpanel/WHM Updates , then save, then run the Cpanel/WHM update, this should bring you back to the lastest STABLE tree, once that's done, run the Easyapache update, which fixes the mod_ssl. But if your using PHPsuexec and Suexec you should be OK :)

    Mickalo
     
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