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How to disable mod_security from .htaccess
ModSecurity is an open source embeddable web application firewall, or intrusion detection and prevention engine for web applications.

If you’re using Apache web server (which mostly do), mod_security can be disabled by adding a specific in .htaccess file. Locate the .htaccess file in Apache web root directory (public_html or /var/www/ or others), if it does not exist, create a new file named .htaccess, and add in the following code:

SecFilterEngine Off
SecFilterScanPOST Off

The above e
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How to install mod_security for Apache
What is mod_security?
ModSecurity is an open source intrusion detection and prevention engine for web applications. It operates embedded into the web server, acting as a powerful umbrella - shielding applications from attacks. ModSecurity supports both branches of the Apache web server.

Rfx Networks Recommended:
"mod_security is great and I encourage it be used by everyone; it does have the potential to break some web applications but so far iv seen very few issues to say the least. Likewis
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Server Security (Apache, SSL, SSH, cP/WHM, Firewall, RootKit, DDoS Protection)
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#1) Upgrade Apache/PHP, MySQL, OpenSSH, OpenSSL, cP/WHM
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Linux Hardening & Security (cP/WHM + Apache)
This is written by Krunix

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Content:
1) Intruduction
2) cP/WHM Installation and cP/WHM Configuration
3) The server and it's services | PHP Installation, Optimization & Security
4) Kernel Hardening | Linux Kernel + Grsecurity Patch
5) SSH
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Linux Kernel /etc/sysctl.conf Security Hardening
How do I set advanced security options of the TCP/IP stack and virtual memory to improve security and performance of my system? How do I configure Linux kernel to prevent certain kinds of attacks using /etc/sysctl.conf? How do I set Linux kernel parameters?

sysctl is an interface that allows you to make changes to a running Linux kernel. With /etc/sysctl.conf you can configure various Linux networking and system settings such as:

Limit network-transmitted configuration for IPv4
Limit n