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mod_security rules and Apache 2.4

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by srpurdy, Feb 2, 2013.

  1. srpurdy

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    Besides whats listed on that apache 2.4 page. Or maybe I missed it. But somehow EasyApache 3.18 also destroyed an atomic security ruleset. I had to disable this ruleset. Update with EasyApache and then replace it with the original. Since it decided to replace it with something strange.
     
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    I have moved this post over to it's own thread. By destroyed, do you mean it deleted the rules? Or, did EasyApache fail due to the rules used in that ruleset? It's possible the rules were simply not compatible with Mod_Security 2.7.1 so it was preventing the Apache configuration file from rebuilding.

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