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mod_security rule ID list:

Discussion in 'Security' started by popeye, Oct 27, 2013.

  1. popeye

    popeye Well-Known Member

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    Hi does anyone have a mod_security rule ID list: that i can use for hosting customers, i have some but just thought someone must have a full list i can use.
     
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    I have moved this to the "Security" forum. There is a recent discussion on rule lists at:

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    There are reserved ID ranges:

    * 1-99,999; reserved for local (internal) use. Use as you see fit but do not use this range for rules that are distributed to others.
    * 100,000-199,999; reserved for internal use of the engine, to assign to rules that do not have explicit IDs.
    * 200,000-299,999; reserved for rules published at modsecurity.org.
    * 300,000-399,999; reserved for rules published at gotroot.com.
    * 400,000-419,999; unused (available for reservation).
    * 420,000-429,999; reserved for ScallyWhack.
    * 430,000-699,999; unused (available for reservation).
    * 700,000-799,999; reserved for Ivan Ristic.
    * 900,000-999,999; reserved for the Core Rules project.
    * 1,000,000 and above; unused (available for reservation).

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