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SecRemoteRules - ModSecurity Vendor

Discussion in 'Security' started by zoner, Jul 19, 2017.

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  1. zoner

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    Is there way install ModSecurity rules with GUI ?

    Yes there is vendor list, but SecRemoteRules basic need only one line with subscription key.

    Now we need install manually always these other Shared Hosting ModSecurity rules

    Is some better way do this with cPanel/whm GUI ?
     
    #1 zoner, Jul 19, 2017
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    You might want to speak with the author of the modsec files about this.
     
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    SecRemoteRules should work fine on an up-to-date system. I've used it for trustwave before. If they don't offer a vendor config for it, you should simply need to add your config line for the remote rules with your url/key into modsec2.user.conf (the WHM GUI should let you edit this file with the user rules editor).

    I apologize if this is how you're already doing it and you were just looking for an easier way. Putting the config in modsec2.user.conf however you prefer to do is is likely your easiest option (again, assuming the rules maintainer doesn't offer a cpanel vendor config).
     
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    yes, SecRemoteRules working ok. published also cpanel vendor config files. Now they rules is easy install without ssh access. Before they just only have manual install to modsec2.user.conf configuration.
     
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    Glad to hear you got it working :)
     
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