Disable File Attachment Scanning & Extractinig At MailScanner
Mar 9, 2007
My main goal was stopping incomingo spam.. and MailScanner is doing a great work on that.. but, it is taking too much time extracting and scanning attachments... does anyone know how to disable scanning the attachments ?
I was trying to install mailscanner on a cpanel box using chirpy's script [url], followed every step, until this:
Code: [email@example.com:~]perl mscpanel.pl -i Unable to open spam.scanning.rules for reading: file or directory doesnt exist at mscpanel.pl line 115. On the 115 line i found this:
Code: open (IN, "</usr/mailscanner/etc/rules/spam.scanning.rules") or die "Unable to open spam.scanning.rules for reading: $!"; The file /usr/mailscanner/etc/rules/spam.scanning.rules just doesnt exists... maybe chirpy's script is not working well installing everything its needed..
I am using a flash media player on one of my domains that streams music. The flash player would be like domain.com/music
The mp3 files are located in domain.com/music/mp3
The flash player just reads the title of the song and displays it in the media player.
I have used htaccess already to disable indexing, but the file name that shows on the media player is the exact name of the mp3, so I'm pretty sure people will be able to easily figure this out and start downloading our music.
What else can I add to htaccess to allow localhost access to the music, to stream with the flash player, but wont allow downloading of the mp3s.
Recently I use suphp with fcgi on my cPanel Server. When I apply RLimitCPU for each vhost, I see that some scripts that potentially overloading the server is killed. I think this is a good way to control load on server.
But each time a php process killed, apache create a coredump files under users's directory that is large enough to fill user's space limit.
How to disable apache from creating core dump files?
I have try:
- set "ulimit -c 0" on users and root - set "/proc/sys/fs/suid_dumpable" to 0 - set /etc/security/limits.conf with 0 limit for core parameter - set CoreDumpDirectory to specific directory ...
We will be hosting our own closed source solutions and need to be able to not give customers access to the files in their webspace.FTP and SSH access will be blocked in the firewall, so that it easy.I see it is possible to disable access to FTP users information, but the file manager is still usable in the CCP (Customer Control Panel / Hosting Panel).Can this file manager be disabled as well?
Description: On prior versions of Plesk, users could attach Microsoft Office (word, excel, etc) files to messages they are composing in Horde, and then, before sending, click on those attachments to view them to make sure they are correct. After upgrading to 11.5, the following error is shown in Horde instead:
"Fatal error has occured could not display attachment. Details had been logged for the administrator."This issue does not occur with other file types, such as a PDF or text file.Steps to reproduce: Install Plesk 11.5 on Centos 6 x64, create an email in Horde, attach a Word document, before sending, try to view the document.
ACTUAL RESULT: Fatal error has occured could not display attachment. Details had been logged for the administrator.
My sever is running mailscanner-4.56.8-1. Of late many of our customers complain that mails send To and From our server take hours to be delievered.
I tested this myself by sending test emails to and from my hotmail account which took long time to be received and delivered.
Also, in /var/log/maillog i see entries such as the one below; "Jan 4 20:39:36 www MailScanner: New Batch: Found 17678 messages waiting "
So i understand there is about 18 thousand emails in MailScanner /var/spool/mqueue.in folder.
To test i stopped MailScanner and started Sendmail, i send an email to my hotmail id and it got delievered immediately, but when i restart MailScanner and resend the same message it took 20mins to get delievered.
- how do i improve MailScanner processing so that messages are delivered faster? - Do i need to change the "Max Children = 5" variable in /etc/MailScanner/MailScanner.conf? - how do i force delivery of the 18thousand emails in mqueue.in folder?
I found several requests in my error log which looks like someone was scanning my site for phpMyAdmin. This was a newly created subdomain. So I checked my main site and another subdomain and they also contained similar entries. Should I do something?
[Fri Jul 03 03:23:16 2009] [error] [client 220.127.116.11] File does not exist: /var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/subdomains/mysubdomain/httpdocs/phpMyAdmin [Fri Jul 03 03:23:16 2009] [error] [client 18.104.22.168] File does not exist: /var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/subdomains/mysubdomain/httpdocs/phpmyadmin [Fri Jul 03 03:23:16 2009] [error] [client 22.214.171.124] File does not exist: /var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/subdomains/mysubdomain/httpdocs/pma ...
A website I've recently been entrusted with was cracked into via brute force ftp earlier this week. Apparently the bad guys ran a script that added iframe links to every page named index.html. The iframe linked to 3 sites that prompted malware downloads.
I think I've found and removed all the affected code, however I'm looking for an online website scanner that will drill down through all the links on a given site and search the code for similar problems.
I've only found a couple of these so far and they don't seem to fit the bill; was wondering if anyone here had recommendations or experience with similar tools...
Does anyone have experience of PCI DSS scanning on a shared server? Our current hosting company have told us that it's unlikely to pass on a shared server, and that we should move to a Virtual Managed Server for them to make the necessary changes to pass a PCI scan.
In particular, we're talking PCI compliance to use PayPal website payments pro UK.
From Googling there seems to be a lot of debate on this issue - varying from 'all you need for PCI compliance is a SSL certificate' (this seems to be paypals attitude), to 'PCI scans can be passed on a shared server if your host is willing to help' to 'you need separate dedicated servers for the database and site etc'.
Does anyone use website payments pro UK, have a shared server, and regularly pass quarterly PCI scans? Also, we would much prefer a host based in the UK - we seem to get much better performance from our UK host than we did when the site was hosted in the US (our customers are almost completely UK based).
I get a lot of messages from CSF about Port Scanning and Bruteforce detection.. Is there a way to avoid all of these attacks ? Because it tries to figure out my clients ftp or pop3 user with several usernames, i.e. administrator, postgres, mysql, httpd, and many more..
I know a little about internet security.. Is it possible to make my public IP of shared hosting untraceable ? Like this one..
Just do a ping to ebay.com or paypal.com and then you will receive RTO message or Destination host unreachable, but actually the site is running well..