New cxs v11.12

Changes:

  • Fixed issue with HTML report output sanitisation which caused cxs Watch child to die and break HTML email report rendering
  • Additional improvements to HTML report output sanitisation

New cxs v11.09

Changes:

  • Added official BETA CyberPanel support. While this should now integrate and work on CyberPanel, there may be bugs which should be reported and features either missing or not working correctly. We do not offer free installation on CyberPanel until it is out of BETA (only tested on CentOS v7). Note: Support is ONLY for non-EOL RHEL/CentOS/CloudLinux and CyberPanel v1.9.1+
  • Added alternative path check for systemctl and the cron service for some Debian versions
  • Modified systemd service to cater for RHEL/CentOS v7.7 pidfile symlink check changes

New cxs v11.07

Changes:

  • On DirectAdmin, enabled UI support for OpenLiteSpeed/LiteSpeed configuration
  • Updated –test to include cxscgi configuration on non-cPanel servers
  • Modified install.txt to make it even clearer that the EPEL is needed on most systems for the required perl modules
  • Improved domain document root lookups for Plesk when using –www

New csf v13.07

Changes:

  • Added format requirements for ASN entries in CC_* settings
  • Removed SSHDSPAM exploit check as it’s no longer critically relevant
  • Modifications to support RHEL/CentOS v8
  • Modified systemd service to cater for RHEL/CentOS v7.7 pidfile symlink check changes
  • Fixes and improvements to UI Ajax code
  • Removed legacy bandmin code for cPanel servers and LF_CPANEL_BANDMIN setting
  • Modified default InterWorx csf.conf to set SMTP_ALLOWGROUP appropriately for SMTP_BLOCK

New cxs v11.05

Changes:

  • InterWorx support is now out of beta and fully supported for the latest InterWorx on RHEL/CentOS/CL v6.* and v7.*
  • Removed redundant piping in various panel polling children
  • Fixed issue with IPv6 and retrieving the bayes database
  • Main decoder regex improvements
  • Include additional perl modules in the install.txt as well as sqlite
  • Successfully tested on CentOS v8.0