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mod_security

Postby lyonsy » 05. November 2008 11:59

Hi All.

I have a problem with my forum witch is giving me errors on uploading a file.
I it looks like a module is missing in my xampp called mod_security

Were can i get this module from,
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Re: mod_security

Postby Sharley » 05. November 2008 13:41

lyonsy wrote:Hi All.

I have a problem with my forum witch is giving me errors on uploading a file.
I it looks like a module is missing in my xampp called mod_security

Were can i get this module from,
There does not appear to be an official Apache module of that name and so would not be included in XAMPP:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/

I found a third party module of that name by using a Google Search that you would have to install yourself, if there is a suitable binary .so for Windows Apache that is.

Because mod_security is a only firewall, have you checked your own PC firewall is not the cause of your problem?

BTW it helps to provide error messages, the forum name and anything else that may be of help troubleshooting your issues with XAMPP.
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Re: mod_security

Postby lyonsy » 05. November 2008 13:49

Sharley wrote:
lyonsy wrote:Hi All.

I have a problem with my forum witch is giving me errors on uploading a file.
I it looks like a module is missing in my xampp called mod_security

Were can i get this module from,
There does not appear to be an official Apache module of that name and so would not be included in XAMPP:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/

I found a third party module of that name by using a Google Search that you would have to install yourself, if there is a suitable binary .so for Windows Apache that is.

Because mod_security is a only firewall, have you checked your own PC firewall is not the cause of your problem?

BTW it helps to provide error messages, the forum name and anything else that may be of help troubleshooting your issues with file uploading.


Thanks for replying.
I will have a look.

Cheers,

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