Phpstudy Linux panel web firewall back door protection function [picture and text details]

Time:2020-5-23

Phpstudy Linux panel provides comprehensive security protection measures for servers and websites, and tries to prevent websites from being invaded and risks of leaving back doors. This article focuses on one of the security functions of phpstudy Linux panelGet (args) parameter check of website firewall, prevent Trojan risk file from being outside nginx or Apache server, and ensure the safe operation of the website. The function is very powerful!

The following are the specific setting steps:

One click to enable the backdoor security function of phpstudy Linux Web

Step 1:

Click [website firewall] on the left panel, select the website to be set, and click [firewall configuration]

Phpstudy Linux panel web firewall back door protection function [picture and text details]

Step 2:

Click [get (args) parameter check] on the left panel, find it as shown in Figure 2, and click [enable] to disable some functions related to webshell, and one click to complete the back door security of the website

Phpstudy Linux panel web firewall back door protection function [picture and text details]

Step 3:

Args parameters are all set by default. If you have special requirements, you can add or delete some parameters manually.

Phpstudy Linux panel web firewall back door protection function [picture and text details]

Is it very convenient! Don’t worry about the back door of the website Trojan anymore!

Finally, I want to tell you a good news: phpstudy Linux panel will go online after the holiday of October 1, 2019! As always free! Please look forward!

Phpstudy Linux panel details address: https://www.xp.cn/linux.html

Welcome to experience!

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