hey all, I just noticed something I'm not feeling comfortable with and i don't know if any other users of ISPC would be happy with either. The reverse pointer records for the IP address the ispconfig server is configured on displays all hosted sites that are on it. This is something i'm not comfortable with even though it's an easy hack to do to remove this in code. command below displays every web site hosted by my mates ISPConfig server when using the real name and reversed IP address. dig @matesserver.com.au ess.dr.add.his.in-addr.arpa IN PTR Now, at my work we host 40-50 sites and I have never had the need to put reverse IP records in and has never had problems doing this. Is there anything that makes this absolutely needed as I prefer to remove these records. My basic worry is that it exposes anyone who knows you have ISPC running what sites you host and how many. A leak i wouldn't want.