ModSecurity is a supporting module inside Apache web server,
which scans the incoming HTTP requests against some common web application attacks, e.g. SQL injection, XSS attacks, etc.

Notes: although the network of Website Solution equips with Snort NIDS (Network Intrusion and Detection System) and ModSecurity web application firewall, which provide added layers of security,

However, these modules cannot provide defense against all kind of attacks.  Customer shall not see them as 100% secure.

For enhanced security, customer shall regularly update his/her own website PHP/MySQL application (e.g. WordPress, Joomla, OpenCart, Magento, PrestaShop, etc) to minimize the security threats.

No computer system can provide absolute security under all conditions.


 

In few circumstance, CMS/HTML editors may hit ModSecurity rules (especially those XSS related rules).

Users may temporarily disable ModSecurity engine, continue the work, and re-enable ModSecurity engine.

Goto Domain Setup

Choose your domain

Modify ModSecurity

Turn SecRuleEngine off or on, and save it.

Wait for around 1 – 2 minutes, it will become effective.

After your work, it’d highly recommended to re-enable ModSecurity for enhanced security.

 


 

WordPress ChangeLog:
http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Versions

Joomla ChangeLog:
http://developer.joomla.org/development-status.html

OpenCart ChangeLog:
http://www.opencart.com/?route=download/download

Magento ChangeLog:
http://www.magentocommerce.com/download/release_notes

PrestaShop  ChangeLog:
http://www.prestashop.com/en/developers-versions

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