The latest release of csf is now available for upgrade within WHM with the following changes:
Another release which addresses:
Upgrade via WHM or read upgrade.txt in the tarball.
I have released another new versiob of csf with the following changes:
Upgrade either through WHM or follow upgrade.txt in the tarball.
Can’t keep a good programmer down ;)Some nice new features and some speedups in this latest release:
If you upgraded to v1.2 you should be able to upgrade now from within WHM, otherwise follow the upgrade.txt file 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 😉
Thanks to popular demand, I’ve added a new feature to csf:
The first release version of csf+lfd is now available. We’re offering it as a free download under our script license for anyone who wishes to implement it on their cPanel servers:http://www.configserver.com/cp/csf.html
I’ve released a new version of our MailScanner install/upgrade script with the following changes:
Well, it’s here in beta form. If you would like to try out our new firewall application then please drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send you the tarball.We have done a lot of work making sure that the firewall won’t lock you out (it flushes the tables on error) when starting, including a crontab entry to flush iptables.Note: You need to be running a RedHat or derivative OS. That is, RH9, RHE3/4, CentOS3/4, Fedora Core 1/2/3/4/5
We’ve been working on developing our own iptables firewall, login failure daemon and WHM front-end. The idea is to provide a complete, straight-forward, easy to configure and maintain, solution. There are, of course, other products available that can provide you with this functionality. However, in our experience over the years, we’ve found them lacking in some fundamental aspects. We’re trying to address those with our new development.It’s likely to stay in beta-testing for some time (once we have that available) to ensure that it is robust as possible.For now, the product will be Linux only (possible RH and derivatives only) and we are as yet undecided on the license we will distribute the product under and how that distribution is done. It will also be exclusively for cPanel servers, certainly initially.We’re hoping to have this working on VPS servers, but it depends a lot on your VPS provider and their willingness/ability to provide the correct iptables modules in their kernels.More details will follow in due course, including a call for brave beta-testers ;)Visit the products page on our site here.