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I'm using Imunify360 on cPanel without CSF.
I've been using it for a while and have been getting a lot of false positives in cPanels ModSecurity and I started disabling those rules messing with my websites. I realized this is not the solution (disabling rules).

I found information in the Imunity360 docs that SecRuleEngine should be set to DetectionOnly, which I then realized was not. (Although the docs are a bit unclear on the ModSecurity settings when NOT using CSF)

I changed it in WHM -> ModSecurity Configuration -> Rules Engine = "Process the rules in verbose mode, but do not execute disruptive actions.". Which I guess is "DetectionOnly".

Is this the correct setting for Imunify360 on cPanel without CSF? Is it safe enough?

And also, should I be using CSF together with Imunify360 (since there is so much talk about CSF, also in the docs)?
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  1. 10.05.2017 03:05:40
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Rushan Shaymardanov Accepted Answer
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Hi!
1. It's safe to set SecRuleEngine to DetectionOnly with imunify360, in this case imunify360 will block by mod_security events with high severity that highly reduces false positives rate.

2. You do not have to use CSF with imunify360.
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