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removing SSLv3 does not seem to fix POODLE problem [duplicate]

I have removed SSLv3 from my Apache 2.2.15 ssl.conf file with the line SSLProtocol All -SSLv2 -SSLv3 I have restarted httpd but POODLE tests still show vulnerability exists with POODLE. What else ...
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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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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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False positive Apache version in scanner results on Centos

Recently I need to care a lot of false positive vulnerabilities in scanner results on Apache version. Example of false positive vulnerability: Apache 2.2 < 2.2.16 Multiple Vulnerabilities Our ...
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Security implications of storing email attachments on Centos Server

There is an application I am working on which requires processing the incoming mails to cs@company.com. The company.com mail accounts are being run via Google Apps for Business. So I fetch the ...