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Remove the new ModSecurity™ Tools from WHM

Discussion in 'Security' started by deka, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. deka

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    I'd assume you could here:
    Home » Packages » Feature Manager

    I'd like to remove the whole new modsecurity feature from WHM if possible. I do not want ModSecurity™ Tools nor ModSecurity™ Configuration in WHM.

    I use the ConfigServer ModSecurity Control plugin to manage and all I can see happening is the new WHM/cPanel ModSecurity integration creating conflicts in the setup I already use.
     
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    Re: New ModSecurity

    Is it possible to remove the ModSecurity™ Tools and revert back to the display that used to be in the plugin?

    The new set up reqiures you to click a link to see the target URL and to see the rule broken also requires a click - and worse, you're now presented with editable options that are labbelled critical. And do what exactly?

    Previously, all this data was easily viewable holistically in plugin without the need to click links, and rulesets updated easily in modsec2.user.conf - To me, the new setup has succeeded in complicating things unnecessarily.
     
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    I've moved your comments to a new thread here.

    Documentation for this new Feature can be found here:
    ModSecurity Tools - cPanel Documentation

    There is no way to remove or disable it that I'm aware of. There is this Feature Request that you might like to know about, and comment on here:

    mod_sec rules - cPanel Feature Requests

    An official comment has been posted there:

     
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