Install Imunify360 installed OWASP ModSecurity Vendor
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Hello,

I tested IM360 on a second server last week and got some issues.
When IM360 was installed OWASP mod_security rules where installed and activated and that caused a lot of issues for customers since we have Comodo WAF on all servers.

I disabled it and removed OWASP inside WHM and that fixed the issue.
I also see in WHM now:
Home »Security Center »ModSecurity™ Tools »Hits ListDocumentation

That Comodo WAF rules are listing and working fine now! :)
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  1. 20.03.2017 13:03:16
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  1. 20.03.2017 13:03:44
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Customers also told us they got to a catpcha site and that worked fine in Chrome. but not in other browsers.
I will test this myself aswell.....
  1. 20.03.2017 13:03:43
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Hi Morten,

We decided not to go with OWASP rules in future releases but switch to Comodo rule vendor due to higher false-positives rate with OWASP. You will not face this issue anymore for Imunify next release.

Thank you for the feedback,
Imunify developer
  1. 20.03.2017 13:03:17
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Ok, that's fine. But what caused this was Imunify activate or install and use OWASP when we are actually using CWAF.

Alot use Comodo instead of OWASP, but we and I think most others use their cPanel plugin and not their vendor setup FYI if that has anything to do with your setup etc. :)

cPanel plugin documentation
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