New osm v1.10

Changes:

  • Added support for multiple trigger levels for each event type
  • Added Preconfigured Profiles in Event Configuration to to provide a simple way of setting up the default event configuration

ConfigServer Outgoing Spam Monitor

ConfigServer Outgoing Spam Monitor (osm) has been designed to use multiple methods to monitor outgoing email and SMTP connections for activity that could indicate a spammer is active on a server.
osm Event Configuration
With the proliferation of web scripts in shared hosting environments that are often poorly maintained or badly written, the chances of a hacker exploiting vulnerabilities in scripts is at an all time high.

Additionally, end-user PC’s and other devices that send email through a server (relay) that have been compromised and used as a spam source has always been a problem.os Settings

These issues along with spammers deliberately targeting hosting providers by purchasing accounts simply to send out spam have kept the diligence required to prevent spam from being sent from servers all the more difficult.

osm is for any server owner using cPanel that is concerned about future or active attempts to send out spam email through the server.

osm Main Page

osm targets all the methods available to keep track of outgoing email and SMTP connections.
osm is designed to be used entirely from the cPanel WHM UI, which provides both configuration and viewing of reports generated by a daemon process running continuously on the server.

For more information about osm, please visit the product page.

New MSFE v8.16

Changes:

  • Startup speed improvements on NAT’d servers
  • Added support for IPv6 licensing
  • Added support for new licensing back end
  • Added missing tail maillog loader gif
  • Ensure license error does not abort display until message is sent

New cxs v9.16

Changes:

  • Startup speed improvements on NAT’d servers
  • Added alarm timeout on process termination to ensure that it does exit
  • Ensure –comment “” is used when using submitting an exploit using
    –force
  • Added support for IPv6 licensing
  • Added support for new licensing back end

Note: If you have any issues upgrading cxs, please follow this procedure to upgrade.