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Old 28th February 2006, 06:56
Joffar Joffar is offline
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Default ISPConfig security

Since I am brand new to the Linux world and ISPConfig I have a few questions...
How is the ISPCOnfig security against malicious intruders right out of the box? recommandations
Should I add rules in the IPtables as well as the ISPConfig built in firewall? If so, any recommandations?
how does the ISPConfig built in firewall stack up against other firewalls out there?
Is there a log from the firewall that I can look at to see what is going on?

Any thoughts on adding Awstats as a ISPConfig monitoring tool?



Thank you for all help!

Last edited by Joffar; 28th February 2006 at 07:05.
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