- Fixed CIDR support issue with csf.ignore only recognising the first listed entry
Changes and additional OS support:
We’ve decided to simplify our cPanel Server Service packages to a single package (with a MailScanner option). This has been done for a one main reason – we’ve found that many people who were purchasing the smaller packages were needing the security features of the large packages and weren’t benefitting from them, frequently purchasing additional services from us to bring their servers up to the Full Service spec.To better service our customers we’ve created a single package that tackles all of the apsects of server security and management that we deal with. We’ve reduced the price of what was the cPanel Full Service package for the new all encompassing package.We have not removed any features at all whilst doing this.We hope the change benefits our customers in making their servers more secure and managable.
chkrootkit 0.47 is now available! This version includes: * chkproc.c - some bug fixes, thanks to Lantz Moore - use of getpriority() to identify LKMs, thanks to Yjesus(unhide) and Slider/Flimbo (skdet) - new rootkit detected: - Enye LKM * chkrootkit - new test: - crontab - new rootkits/worms detected: - Enye LKM - Lupper.Worm - shv5 - more ports added to the bindshell test - some minor bug fixeschkrootkit is a tool to locally check for signs of a rootkit. Moreinformation about chkrootkit and rootkits can be found athttp://www.chkrootkit.org/.
The rkhunter developer has finally released a long awaited update:
http://rkhunter.sourceforge.net/Unfortunately, it looks like they still don’t support the most popular OS’s md5sums, i.e. RHEv4/CentOSv4To upgrade:
I have released another new versiob of csf with the following changes:
Upgrade either through WHM or follow upgrade.txt in the tarball.
I’ve released a new version of csf with the following changes:
Follow the upgrade.txt file within the csf tarball – the last time you’ll need to do this manually if you use the new WHM upgrade feature 😉
Wow.I’m sure the forums will be a hive of activity with this news:
A new version of mod_security has been released with the following changes: