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Custom ModSecurity Error message in apache

This tutorial we show that you can change the custom error message page to ModSecurity. Typically, you get 403 or 406 Response code when ModSecurity block access to website. Apache configuration In apache configuration files (Depend your OS & Configuration) includes / errordocument.conf ErrorDocument 403 /403.shtml Add extra row to 406 error page: ErrorDocument 406 […]

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ModSecurity with RBL Database

This tutorial we showing how you can use ModSecurity with RBL database’s to block access to web server. ModSecurity RBL We can use at mod_security phase 1 to optimise these rules and reduce server load, before PHP start executing requests. Here are more information how to ModSecurity processing phases. Also you can use Local DNS […]

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Disable Mod_Security on Directadmin server

If you decided to use Modsecurity on your server with DirectAdmin, there is sometimes a need to disable mod_security on server. Default custombuild installation, mod_security rules installed in: /etc/modsecurity.d/ Apache load’s ModSecurity modules and configuration in: /etc/httpd/conf/extra/httpd-modsecurity.conf Disable mod_security Easiest way disable Modsecurity is disable apache to load ModSecurity module in https-modsecurity.conf file. Just add […]

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Ban with ModSecurity HTTP or HTTPS requests 404 Response code

This tutorial we want Ban with ModSecurity IP addresses for specific time with ModSecurity that causes multiple 404 errors on the web site. Ban with ModSecurity Depend you Apache/Nginx and PHP configuration, you may use phase:1 with rule 4000 & 4002. Also you need enable SecResponseBodyAccess On to ModSecurity configuration files. SecAction “phase:2,initcol:ip=%{REMOTE_ADDR},id:’4000′,pass,nolog” SecRule RESPONSE_STATUS […]

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How to Whitelist IP Address with ModSecurity

If your business has a website, you may be familiar with the mod_security module for Apache Web servers. ModSecurity is a firewall module for Apache servers that blocks malicious programs, scripts and injections, helping to keep your website more secure. Occasionally, you might need to bypass the module filters to accommodate a testing environment or […]

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Processing phases of Modsecurity

ModSecurity is an open source, cross-platform web application firewall (WAF) that can be deployed to secure web servers like apache, IIS and Nginx. Modsecurity works on powerful language of rules and its API allows monitoring of HTTP(S) that is coming in and out of your web server, to keep your web applications up and running […]

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bunglon m1n1 sHeLL

Again new web shell (bunglon m1n1 sHeLL), what we have not seen this and signatures don’t detect this before. To beginning of file are introduced php shell maker. /* # bunglon m1n1 sHeLL # version 1.0 # Jayalah indonesiaku # thx to : sohai, budz story zz, b374k, 1n73ct10n, HNc, Dc & all member indoxploit […]

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Deploying ModSecurity Rule Set in cPanel/WHM

Malware Expert ModSecurity protection rules are now integrated ModSecurity Vendors in cPanel/WHM and can be activated from the cPanel / WHM Security Center. Copy vendor configuration URL in image. (Ex. right click, Copy Url) Malware.Expert -> My Account -> Subscriptions Sign in to your cPanel account Login to your cPanel/WHM server. Click the ‘Security Center‘ […]

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How to block Majestic (MJ12bot) with mod_security

Internet have lots of unwanted traffic, which causes high load on your dedicated or virtual private server. Traffic can be from bot networks, A Web crawler or normal web traffic different sources. This tutorial we show how you can block Majestic search engine access to your server with modsecurity. What is MJ12bot? Majestic is a […]

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How SecRemoteRules working ?

ModSecurity SecRemoteRules directive allows the user to load rules from a remote server. Requirements Internet connection ModSecurity at least 2.9.x How SecRemoteRules Works 1. When HTTP daemon starts, it loads the configuration files. 2. Configuration files have the SecRemoteRules directive, which tries to connect the Remote Server load rules. 3. When the connection is created […]

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