Hi I have a few sites running on my ISPConfig3 (latest version to date) which have recently become infected with rats. The rats have tried using postfix to send thousands of spam mails per hour. I have temporarily stopped postfix until I solve this problem. So far it has been possible to remove the rats by hand, using a variety of methods. This is taking up a huge amount of time / brain space. I have the ISPConfig manual, however I need more info about recommended file permissions. My infected sites are running ModX Evo which I believe has had security issues which have been resolved, and I've updated to the latest version - but I'm still having problems. The rats aren't doing anything malicious except spam attempts - AFAIK - but they are making me nervous. My sites are using SuExec (set in ISPConfig web interface). Permissions look like this: Web root directories: 755 Web root files: 644 The above permissions are recursive, except there are a handful of directories that require write permissions by ModX e.g. /web/assets/cache: 775 /web/assets/galleries: 775 /web/assets/images: 775 What should I be doing?