Prevent creating symbolic links for non root users
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Regarding the following security issue:

Some people in that thread mentions that CloudLinux + Cagefs is the best solution to the problem. There is also some mention of SecureLinks.

1. If we install CloudLinux on an existing cPanel server by running cldeploy and then rebooting, is this sufficient or are there any further steps needed to fully activate the solution to this security issue? If so, what are the steps?

2. Which CloudLinux component exactly (Cagefs or SecureLinks or both) is the solution to this security issue?

3. If LVE is disabled by setting LVE_ENABLE to no, would the solution to the security issue still remain in place?

4. Is there a need to reboot the server after setting LVE_ENABLE to no?

Thanks in advance.
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  1. 20.03.2013 09:03:44
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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1. Yes, you need to install CageFS as well, and enable SecureLinks:

2. You need both.

3. No, LVE has to be enabled for it to work.
4. Yes.
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