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Atomic Secured Linux 2.0 RC1 Released

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by atomicturtle, Apr 10, 2008.

  1. atomicturtle

    atomicturtle Golden Pleskian

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    Atomic Secured Linux(tm) is a Unified Security solution, for Linux(tm) systems designed to protect your servers against both known and unknown threats. It is distributed through a subscription yum channel ensuring that ASL is always kept up to date. Unlike other security solutions, ASL works by combining security at all layers, from the Kernel all the way up to the application layer to provide the most complete protection available for Linux servers. ASL includes the most hardened kernel on the market, automated system hardening techniques, userspace and host Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), malware/rootkit detection and elimination, blacklisting technologies and web application firewalling to protect multiuser and web application hosting environments unlike no other solution. ASL is uniquely effective at addressing emerging threats posed by vulnerabilities in todays complex systems and applications, such as web hosting environments, multiuser systems, CRM's, forums, shopping carts, Content Management systems and other custom applications.


    Whats new in ASL 2.0 Release Candidate 1

    * Support for Fedora 8 and Fedora 9
    * Added support for ClamAV, all content uploaded over the web will be scanned for malware automatically
    * Added Malware Blacklist support
    * Added support for creating vserver virtual servers
    * Added ClamAV 0.92.2
    * Added chkrootkit 0.48
    * Added unhide 0.2
    * Added enable/disable support for mod_evasive
    * Added daily/weekly settings for web application inventory scanning
    * Added disclaimer banner to ssh_checks
    * Added capability to configure apache restart policy
    * Added capability to define the frequency of rule updates
    * Added support for monitoring OSSEC services in client mode
    * Updated kernel to 2.6.24.2
    * Updated rkhunter to 1.3.2
    * Updated mod_security to 2.5.1


    ASL is available for CentOS 3/4, Fedora 4/5/6/7/8/9, and RHEL 4/5 for a limited time price of $128/year per server. Not running one of these Operating Systems? Try our rules-only channel for mod_security and clamav updates.

    For more information on getting ASL or our rules-only subscription check out, http://www.atomicrocketturtle.com/subscription.html
     
  2. PixyPumpkin

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    Very nice additions Scott! :) When do you expect to go live with ASL 2.0?
     
  3. atomicturtle

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    Probably in the next few weeks. I was waiting to see if we had to do anything special for 8.4. Here is a list of changes in ASL 2.0 RC2 so far (which is in asl-2.0-testing):

    - Update modsec to 2.5.2
    - Update Clamav to 0.93
    - Update Application Inventory - detect joomla 1.0.13 - 1.5.3, coppermine 1.4.10-1.4.18
    - Added Whitelist management to interface
    - Added Blacklist management to interface
    - Added --remove-whitelist
    - Added --enable-rule (for re-enabling a disabled rule)
    - Added --show-alert, for permissions restricted environments
    - Added --permissions-check, safety check to validate permissions
    - Added --blacklist/--remove-blacklist, ability to add IP's to firewall module
    - Added --report-false positive, to automatically report a false positive to support
    - Added firewall module (/etc/init.d/asl-firewall), initial featureset only covers blacklisting
    - Added ability to report a false positive through the interface
    - Added support for traceenable off in apache 2.2
    - Added in horde vulnerability checks
    - Feature Request #46, whitelists and disable rule is now togglable in the interface
    - Feature Request #XX, Active configuration is now the default in the GUI
    - Bugfix #XX, gui now correctly resized for updates
    - Bugfix #XX, IE7 now correctly renders support portal page
    - Bugfix #XX, corrected typo in asl.cron
    - Bugfix #XX, test/fix web gui execute mode
    - Bugfix #XX, clamav integration checks
    - Bugfix #60, random permission changes with audit dir on rhel/centos 5 workaround
    - Bugfix #111 (Secremote signature thing)
    - Bugfix #112 (clamav and asl packages)
     
  4. PixyPumpkin

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    Wow, Thx! for the update...
     
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