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mod_ssl Security fix

Discussion in 'Security' started by Stevez, Oct 19, 2004.

  1. Stevez

    Stevez Active Member

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    Hi,

    Im running WHM 9.9.3 cPanel 9.9.4-C6

    It says my mod_ssl is version is 2.8.19 but the latest one is 2.8.20(security fixes)

    I have updated cpanel, apache, backend scripts and for some reason it still WONT install mod_ssl 2.8.20.

    In the apache build it says mod_ssl(2.8.20) but still wont install it.

    any ideas
     
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    nickn Well-Known Member
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    What option are you choosing in /scripts/easyapache ?
     
  3. Stevez

    Stevez Active Member

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    I am using theses

    ================================
    Raise FD_SETSIZE to 16384 (System Wide)
    Prevent Users from reading other webroots
    Frontpage Module
    Gzip Module (experimental) (Version 1.3.26.1a)
    Raise HARD_SERVER_LIMIT
    Php Module (Version 4.3.3)

    Version 4.3.9

    Bc Math
    Calendar Support
    Curl (Version 7.12.0)
    Curl SSL Support (Version 2.8.20)

    FTP
    GD (Version 2.0.15)
    GetText
    Magic Quotes
    Mysql Module
    Discard Path
    Pear
    Pspell Module
    Sockets
    Track Vars
    Freetype Support
    Versioning
    Zlib

    Report Build Errors to cPanel
    Rewrite Module
    SSL Module (Version 2.8.20)
    suEXEC Module
    ======================================

    I checked /home/cpapachebuild and it has mod_ssl-2.8.20-1.3.31 as a directory so i imagine its compleing it..

    but for some reason its showing as 2.8.19 even when i check it using <? phpinfo(); ?>
     
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