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mod_security2 rules

Discussion in 'Security' started by mikeyman, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. mikeyman

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    Also what about:

    jitp.conf
    recons.conf
    useragents.conf
    proxy.conf

    Will any of these or the ones above break cpanel's functionality?
     
  3. LinuxStandard

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    cPanel should have access via the 127.0.0.1 address and should be allowed via the rule:

    SecRule REMOTE_ADDR "^127.0.0.1$" nolog,allow

    in the modsec2.conf file included with the ModSec.pm.tar.gz component of easyapache3.
     
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    Is it safe to use these rules without worry about breaking anything in cpanel?
     
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