Questions about the security of Apache open source software, especially Apache HTTP Server

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Protecting code injection via chattr on php files?

Recently, a website I hosted (wordpress I think) for a friend got hacked and all php pages had added code at the bottom in the form of "echo base64_encode(...);". Thus there were unwanted ads on very ...
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Are there any exploits in Movable Type that allow the attacker to delete the movable type files?

I'm a developer for a web site; we have a small blog powered by Movable Type that we added a few years ago. The blog doesn't get a lot of traffic or attention; we just noticed a couple of days ago ...
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Apache Webserver behind Firewall is a Victim of Proxy Abuse and Cannot Use fail2ban to solve it

We have a new client with a webserver that's getting too much proxy abuse. The access_log is filled with these kind of lines: 64.187.XXX.XXX - - [12/May/2015:10:32:10 -0300] "GET ...
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CRL check for TLS client certificate on Linux?

I run a web service. Clients authenticate using a TLS Client Certificate issued by a 3rd party CA. All certificates include the CRL distribution point, but do not support OCSP. How do I configure a ...
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Has HTTP bogus request type “COOK” been used in any known website attacks?

An apache web server access weblog shows a request type "COOK" where POST or GET are normally found. Is such a request part of any known web-based site attacks?
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How to recreate the Freak attack?

Currently I am trying to recreate the Freak attack on a virtual machine. For this purpose I set up a Linux Mint 17.1 system with Apache 2.4.7 (with a self signed certificate) and OpenSSL 1.0.1f. I ...
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Which OWASP modsecurity crs version to install on apache 2.2.22

Hello I am considering installing owasp mod_security crs on an ubuntu 12.04.4 which comes with apache 2.2.22. On the github page I have seen many version's but all tutorials were using 2.2.7 First I ...
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Current State of BREACH (GZIP SSL Attack)?

It has been one year since BREACH made our way into our hearts, and there does not seem to be any articles or posts or patches since then, is my Google-fu weakening? Has BREACH been mitigated or ...
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Mysql Virtual IP and timeout

What are the risk that I encounter when increasing the timeout of a vip between a web server (apache) and mysql cluster (two servers). Actually it is set to 5 minutes. If time_out was 1hour, knowing ...
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trackback spotted in multple http errors

[Sun May 11 12:24:46 2014] [error] [client private ip] [X_FORWARDED_FOR 27.159.207.165] Path not found: /contact_us_public.php/trackback/, referer: http://www.mydomain.net/contact_us_public.php Does ...
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How to manage security for multiple PC and VM?

I have a firewall VM which creates I have used to setup subnet for different purposes. For example: (fake ips, of course) 1.1.2.1/24 DMZ 1.1.3.1/24 Internal 1.1.5.1/24 security/logging I use ...
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Nessus scanner and Red Hat backport security updates

I have asked this question: False positive Apache version in scanner results on Centos I need additional clarification: Do you know if it is possible to configure Nessus to adopt Red Hat backport ...
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Hostname based Access Controls from clients with shared IPs

I have been pondering this question for some time now: Can you really use hostnames as access controls, especially when clients might be behind proxies or routers performing NAT (or any other shared ...
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Does GHOST (CVE-2015-0235) affect tomcat 7 with Java Secure Sockets Extension SSL?

If your system has certain versions (2.2 - 2.17) of glibc then it has the GHOST vulnerability. However, an attacker who does not otherwise have access to your system cannot take advantage of that ...
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Can't get my SSL CA to work with Apache

So I have an SSL enabled website running on Apache2. https://eamorr.com (I get a warning in my browser, as expected) I have a config file for this website at: ...