Hi, as i already saw in another thread i'm not the only one but as of some time ago i also started noticing a lot of PHP IDS errors in my ISPConfig3 log files. Lot of them related when i change something in DNS (add entries for example) or make some changes to website settings etc etc etc. It's only when i click on the trashcan that it changes its log level from error to debug. First of all the readability of the errors in the ISPConfig3 panel is not really great (see attached picture). Second of all i don't seem to be able to find any of these error's back in the actual ispconfig.log files. Anyway... the entire PHP IDS was a bit unclear for me so i started to look up something to try to get a bit more explanation just to find out that the entire PHP IDS project was kind of abandoned 4 years ago and not updated since then. It seems that it is only used within ISPConfig3 scripts itself, but i was wondering why it has been incorporated into ISPConfig3. I guess it has something to do with the vulnerability that ISPConfig3 was suffering from some time ago but isn't there another solution that is actually still supported? My problem is that the messages itself are actually very long, triggered by my own actions (not attacks on ISPConfig3 panel), nothing in the actual log files and no real support to find when i try to find out a bit more about the IDS error/alert codes/messages. And is it still a valid script to run on php versions 7.0/7.1/7.2? (i recently dropped support for 5.6 eventhough php.net extended it's security support till end of this year). I'm, for one, all for security. Right now I'm even checking to extend my nginx with naxsi to get some more protection for vulnerabilities like being covered by PHP IDS. But i do have my questions about running PHP IDS though.