Download Product SHA256 Checksums

We have added a single downloadable text file that contains SHA256 checksums for all of our products. The file is linked to from each product download/installation page. The checksum within the file for each product refers to the latest version that can be downloaded from our site.

The latest SHA256 checksums of all our products can be downloaded here: checksums.txt

New csf v12.12

Changes:

  • Updated CloudFlare code to use GET instead of POST to retrieve the id of an entry as POST in the API is no longer working, which affected entry deletion
  • Modified –denyrm [ip] to not remove “do not delete” entries. This now must be done by editing /etc/csf/csf.deny to prevent unintentional unblocking, e.g. by MESSENGER reCAPTCHA or the UI
  • MESSENGERv2: Set KeepAlive to Off
  • Added new csf CLI cluster option: -cir, –cirm ip
    This will remove the IP from each remote /etc/csf/csf.ignore member and then restart lfd. This has also been added to the UI
  • Added missing comment to cluster –ctempdeny entries
  • Added missing timestamp to cluster –cignore entries
  • Cluster command –cignore now checks for duplicates

New osm v1.20

Changes:

  • Fixed issues with %age event logging in osmd.log
  • Added new UI option “Monitor osmd Activity”. This allows monitoring of the events that osmd is currently tracking

New osm v1.16

Changes:

  • Fixed typo in documentation
  • Added UI option “View/Modify the current hold/disable (discard) status of accounts/email addresses”
  • Added check for cPanel option email_outbound_spam_detect_enable and warn in osm that it should be disabled to avoid confusion

New csf v12.11

Changes:

  • Added port 8443/tcp to cPanel server new installs to cater for the v80 calendar service. Existing installs will need to be modified manually if the service is used by adding the port to TCP_IN and TCP6_IN
  • Updated various EOL version checks in Server Report
  • Updated version modification system to check existing version before performing updates. Ensured that updates are applied chronologically