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Old 14th August 2006, 17:07
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Originally Posted by AlexPM
I think ISPconfig has a bug and 3 days ago attacks to my server start to come, same attacks to others user report in this forum.
There's no known vulnerability in ISPConfig.

After you've changed your config.inc.php, you must update one of your web sites in ISPConfig so that ISPConfig creates new configuration files. Then the an unknown filter was not added: PHP lines will disappear.

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Originally Posted by AlexPM
One script in the server report that problem specifically is a script that use gmail for send emails via Pear, that script is not linked from any web page or script be cause i use for test that specific error and resolve that, i think only me access that page, but from any way someone else know the page...
That's a problem of your web application, it's not caused by ISPConfig.
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