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Old 6th November 2008, 14:24
pakogah pakogah is offline
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Default [idea] csd/lfd implementation on ispconfig

from http://www.configserver.com/cp/csf.html said
"csf+lfd works on all Linux servers on the Operating Systems listed above, with or without cPanel" then it came to my mind, hey why dont ispconfig use csf+lfd to make a better environment on server, so the admin can fell secure

this will be a good feature for ispconfig

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Old 11th February 2009, 08:51
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Angry csf+lfd work or not work in ispconfig

I have tried the csf+lfd with ISPconfig, it seems extra efforts should be put on the regex.pm, says, the proftpd login failure cannot works if the regex.pm was not modified yet.
I think that might be the reason of not common using csf+lfd with ispconfig. Are there alternative solutions?
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