We'll hold off implementing until then as security triumphs over speed with us.
(I'll also lobby to get isapi code into PHP as that's...
We want to employ mod_security but want to keep up to date with rulesets as supplied by Bream.
We currently can not do that with litespeed as...
Any pointers for a sysadmin who knows nothing at all about Ruby?
I have compiled Ruby-lsapi via gems.
It appears that I can not...
I was hoping that with Ruby_lsapi and the ability to utilise the .ls_rails_config file for routing that users would not require ssh access.
Any plans to implement the 2.X series of mod_security at any stage?
Whoops. Not an imperative but a nice to have is RoR support.
Will go and try that out now...
The upgrade up to 3.3.6 was as simple as clicking the upgrade link.
The upgrade to 3.3.7-ent is a download link.
This was the only thing remaining for us to test before going ahead with a purchase.
You'll have our money soon...
Hmm. It wasn't going at all as I suspected
When Litespeed looked at the line :
in the httpd.conf, it...
There is no audit_log generated.
It's defined in an Include file under the httpd.conf to be :
It's not is...
I know it SHOULD be.
But that's why I have raised this issue.
I created a subdir called bin.
In this I placed a script called...
Um, sorry for not making that clear. We are evaluating Enterprise trial edition at present.
Or are you stating that only the full license supports...
I have tried the following :
Included a conf file into httpd.conf which contains...
The page index.html is the forms page for file uploads. Uploads go in docroot/uploads dir.
The page index.php writes a file using...
On the previous note, since we are running in suexec mode, suexec will not permit me to run the id command. Or any of it's variants. :(
No. Web console was working this morning.
Since you've been on the system, I can no longer access the server configuration pages.
Thanks for the above link. Now I understand why the user was wrong and why the PPID check fixes it.
Any ideas about group ownership?
OK then. Now back to the original question.
It appears that the owner is now noc when using the move_uploaded_file function. Weird. I didn't...
There is but it is not utilised. (We have other programs running setuid successfully).
ssh access "PMed" to you. :-)
Ownership is :
-r-sr-xr-x 1 root www 10780 Feb 14 16:17 lscgid.3.3.4
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