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Mod_security

Discussion in 'Security' started by norm, Jul 6, 2003.

  1. norm

    norm Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone here use mod_security on their cpanel boxes?
    homepage: http://www.modsecurity.org

    With some config file tweaking, I think it would be a perfect solution.

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    i can find it can be useful in protecting server from a nearly discovered sql injection/directory traversal exploit until the developer gets a patch out and everything gets upgraded and the chroot+phpsuexec (or php safemode/open_basedir) is a good combination

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    If I remember correctly this mod is only for apache 2.

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    they support both 1.3x and 2x although they still working on the apache2 support i think

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