With this small howto I explain how to protect your phpmyadmin installation on your Debian server with ISPConfig3 against hack attempts as much as possible. I assume that you already have an ISPConfig3 server running on Debian, which has been set up according to this howto and that phpmyadmin has been installed from the Debian repository into the directory /usr/share/phpmyadmin. With this default setup you can access phpMyAdmin via: http://www.anywebsiteonyourserver.tld/phpmyadmin, which we’re going to change for security reasons. More…
This ISPConfig fixes a bug in the backup function and adds a fix for ClamAV on Fedora Linux.
- Bugfix: Fixed a security problem in the ispconfig backup script. Many thanks to Quintin Russ for reporting this problem and testing the bugfix.
- Bugfix: Added a patch that fixed a compile problem in ClamAV on Fedora Linux 11 and below.
The 2.2.35 release is available for download here .