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Old 10th October 2012, 09:17
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Did you had plesk installed on that server before as there is a script with that name in pleask but not in ispconfig:

so maybe there is a script from plesk or a script developed for plesk installed on the server that searches for this script or an attacker thinks that this is a plesk install. When you access the script by http, the path /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/login_up.php3 is the equivalent to /login_up.php3 of the ispconfig controlpanel vhost, so it might be that the script can not identify that its not plesk while searching for the script.
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