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Mod_access_rbl

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SherKhan, Oct 30, 2006.

  1. SherKhan

    SherKhan Member

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    Hi,
    Was anyone able to install this mod on CPanel?
    mod_access_rbl: http://www.blars.org/mod_access_rbl.html.

    This module is based on the module mod_access and check interactively IP addresses of your visitors in the MAPS RBL databases. If your visitor is connected trhough a blacklisted proxy server, he will be redirected to a custom 403 error page.
    This is definitively an awesome addon to counter the spammer of all kind. Even if this load up the charge of your server, next version will have a cache feature.

    Anyone?
     
  2. NightStorm

    NightStorm Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a great script... google brings up a good list of references for it, as well as a few decent tutorials on how to install the mod.
    http://www.gotroot.com/tiki-view_blog_post.php?blogId=2&postId=34 has a good tutorial on porting it to Apache2.x, so I may try tackling it this weekend. Other than that, I won't really be able to comment on it, as I don't have a copy of 1.3x running anywhere that I can sacrifice. But like any other mod, if it doesn't work, you simply disable it and restart Apache.
     
  3. sh3lls.net

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    Hello
    Have you got any solution for it? as cpanel already has mod_access in it, so it's not allowing to install the rbl version.

    Greets
     
  4. SherKhan

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    No sorry, I haven't found yet any other solution than installing mod_sec.
    Please update this thread if anyone was able to install mod_access_rbl with Cpanel.
     
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    Looks like something happened to the domain this was hosted on -- anyone know if they moved it somewhere else?
     
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    I would be interested in this as well...looking forward to how this thread develops...
     

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