New cmm v1.22

Changes:

  • Sanitised user data input to prevent running unauthorised commands via the UI. A user would require root access to exploit this, so risk is low
  • Changed backtick calls to use Open3

 

ConfigServer Script Updates

With the release of updates to all of our cPanel scripts, if you would like a convenient way to upgrade all of your installed ConfigServer scripts on a cPanel server then we have provided a simple script that can do this for you:
This script will update: cmm, cmc, cmq, cse, csf, cxs, msinstall, msfe
Only those scripts that are already installed will be updated. Those that are updated are done so regardless as to whether they are the same or an older version of those available.
To use this method you must be logged into root via SSH to the server and then run:

curl -s configserver.com/free/csupdate | perl

You should take care to read through the output to ensure that all the upgrades have worked as expected.

New cmm v1.21

Changes:
– Added support for cPanel v11.38.1+ AppConfig addon registration
– Switched to using /etc/userdomains from /etc/localdomains + /etc/remotedomains to give more accurate domain/account listings

NOTE: In accordance with the new conventions for v11.38.1+ AppConfig the url to the cmm WHM plugin will change from /cgi/addon_cmm.cgi to /cgi/configserver/cmm.cgi. This will only happen with cmm v1.21+ and cPanel v11.38.1+. Older version of cmm will continue to use the old URL. This has no particular relevance to users accessing through WHM, but will affect direct URL access by users or third party applications

WHM/cPanel v11.36 in STABLE

cPanel v11.36 has now entered the STABLE tree and you will notice that most of your addon perl scripts failing. You can resolve this easily with our addons by reinstalling them. We have provided a simple script that can do this for you that we posted previously. This has to be done regardless as to whether you are running the latest versions:
This script will update: cmm, cmc, cmq, cse, csf, cxs, msinstall, msfe
Only those scripts that are already installed will be updated. Those that are updated are done so regardless as to whether they are the same or an older version of those available.
To use this method you must be logged into root via SSH to the server and then run:
curl -s configserver.com/free/csupdate | perl
You should take care to read through the output to ensure that all the upgrades have worked as expected.

WHM/cPanel v11.36 in RELEASE

cPanel v11.36 has now entered the RELEASE tree and you will notice that most of your addon perl scripts failing. You can resolve this easily with our addons by reinstalling them. We have provided a simple script that can do this for you that we posted previously. This has to be done regardless as to whether you are running the latest versions:
This script will update: cmm, cmc, cmq, cse, csf, cxs, msinstall, msfe
Only those scripts that are already installed will be updated. Those that are updated are done so regardless as to whether they are the same or an older version of those available.
To use this method you must be logged into root via SSH to the server and then run:
curl -s configserver.com/free/csupdate | perl
You should take care to read through the output to ensure that all the upgrades have worked as expected.