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Hostwinds VPS, Cloud, and Dedicated Server clients have the option to configure WHM to fit their needs.
Your WHM comes with a free web app called ModSecurity. It helps deal with common attacks, such as trojans, SQL injections, session hijacking, and more. To adjust your ModSecurity settings on a global scale, log in to your WHM account and head to Security Center => ModSecurity Configuration.
On the Configure Global Directives, you'll be given an interface to configure your settings. Review the list below to see what you can adjust.
Audit Log Level – Change the behavior of the audit engine and for which transactions would be logged.
Connections Engine – Determines the behavior of the connections engine (SecConnEngine), if it should process rules or not.
Rules Engine – Like the connections engine setting, this applies to the rules engine(SecRuleEngine) and if it should process the rules.
Backend Compression – This setting allows disabling of backend compression while leaving the frontend compression enabled for use.
Geolocation Database – Here, you can specify a path to the Geolocation database that you will be using. By default, this will be blank.
Google Safe Browsing Database – Similar to the Geolocation Database, though this applies to Google Safe Browsing. This is blank as well.
Guardian Log – This allows you to set an external program to pip the transaction logs to for additional analysis.
Project Honey Pot http: BL API Key – You can specify your API key for use with the @rbl operator.
Perl Compatible Regular Expressions Library Match Limit – Specify the match limit of the Perl Compatible Regular Expressions library. Bydefault, this will be 1500 (even if left blank).
Perl Compatible Regular Expressions Library Match Limit Recursion – This is similar to the option above, except this affects the Match Limit Recursion for the same library.
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Written by Hostwinds Team / December 13, 2016