Tightening PHP Security on Apache 2.2 with ModSecurity2 on Debian Lenny Linux

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  1. admin
    April 27, 2010

    By the way, I forgot to mention in the article that after installing the ModSecurity’s Core Rule filter rules. It’s very probable that some of your web applications. Stop working as expected. One of the issues I personally faced was problems with the Rest protocol not performing as expected with some php scripts. Fix up the possible issues you might encounter and then continue using the Core Rules Web attack filter rules.

  2. Syaman
    June 13, 2010

    Thank you very much for this detailed tutorial. I was searching everywhere to find a way to configure mod_security installed via debian lenny backports!

  3. Cindy
    October 12, 2010

    Finally a superb blog post regarding the subject, keep up the good work and thus I hope to examine a lot more within you in the longer term.

  4. inurl:c99.txt
    January 19, 2011

    Thank you very much for this detailed tutorial. I was searching everywhere to find a way to configure mod_security installed via debian lenny backports!
    ModSecurity will be able to track if somebody tries to execute PHP Shell on your server . ModSecurity will catch, log and block (forbid) requests to r99.txt, r59, safe0ver and other shells possibly other hacked modifications of the php shell script very thanks bro good luck

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