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SOLVED RazorScanner on Port 2073?

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    Hi all,

    I was reading this cPanel KB article to find out what ports need to be opened for cPanel and WHM and I noticed "RazorScanner" in the list on Port 2073.

    How to Configure Your Firewall for cPanel Services - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation

    What is RazorScanner? I can't seem to find anything other than reports of malware from Google searches?

    NOTE: I haven't installed anything called RazorScanner. This KB suggests WHM/cPanel use it and to allow it in the firewall?

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    Additional note: That website is down.
     
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    Thank you, Michael!
     
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    Hi Michael,

    Is that KB out-dated? The link you sent me has port 2703 whereas the KB says Port 2073?

    Not dismissing the possibility that I'm misunderstanding something here - It's quite likely :P

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    You're right. I've opened a case with our documentation team to ensure the entry for this service is corrected on the following document:

    How to Configure Your Firewall for cPanel Services - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation

    I'll update this thread once the changes are published. In the meantime, here's how it should look:

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    2703 - Razor - Razor is a collaborative spam-tracking database. For more information, visit the UsingRazor website.
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    Thanks, Michael!

    One last query regarding that document then:

    Since it will include port 2703 TCP_OUT for Razor2, since you let me know in another thread that SpamAssassin includes DCC and Pyzor by default also, should 6277 UDP_OUT (DCC) and 24441 UDP_OUT (Pyzor) be in the list too?
     
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    Hello,

    I've opened a case with our documentation team regarding these additional services. I'll update this thread with more information as it becomes available.

    Update: These services are now listed on:

    How to Configure Your Firewall for cPanel Services - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation


    Thanks!
     
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