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libmodsecurity - A library that loads/interprets rules written in the ModSecurity SecRules

Website: https://www.modsecurity.org/
License: ASL 2.0
Description:
Libmodsecurity is one component of the ModSecurity v3 project.
The library codebase serves as an interface to ModSecurity Connectors
taking in web traffic and applying traditional ModSecurity processing.

In general, it provides the capability to load/interpret rules written
in the ModSecurity SecRules format and apply them to HTTP content
provided by your application via Connectors.

How to Install

sudo yum -y install https://extras.getpagespeed.com/release-latest.rpm
sudo yum install libmodsecurity

Packages

libmodsecurity-3.0.4-11.el7.x86_64 [555 KiB] Changelog by Danila Vershinin (2020-07-05):
- Moved cautionary scriplet for initial SELinux application to %pre
- Fix up cautionary scriplet via echo statements to ensure printing
- SELinux: mute fixfiles as on initial install it has nothing to fix
- Take priority over EPEL's lousy libmodsecurity
- Use luajit2
libmodsecurity-3.0.4-10.el7.x86_64 [555 KiB] Changelog by Danila Vershinin (2020-07-05):
- Moved cautionary scriplet for initial SELinux application to %pre
- Fix up cautionary scriplet via echo statements to ensure printing
- SELinux: mute fixfiles as on initial install it has nothing to fix
- Take priority over EPEL's lousy libmodsecurity
- Use luajit2
libmodsecurity-3.0.4-9.el7.x86_64 [554 KiB] Changelog by Danila Vershinin (2020-07-05):
- Moved cautionary scriplet for initial SELinux application to %pre
- Fix up cautionary scriplet via echo statements to ensure printing
- Take priority over EPEL's lousy libmodsecurity
- Use luajit2
libmodsecurity-3.0.4-8.el7.x86_64 [553 KiB] Changelog by Danila Vershinin (2020-07-05):
- Moved cautionary scriplet for initial SELinux application to %pre
libmodsecurity-3.0.4-7.el7.x86_64 [554 KiB] Changelog by Danila Vershinin (2020-07-05):
- Moved cautionary scriplet for initial SELinux application to %pre
libmodsecurity-3.0.4-6.el7.x86_64 [553 KiB] Changelog by Danila Vershinin (2020-03-06):
- SELinux module for labeling data dir correctly
libmodsecurity-3.0.4-5.el7.x86_64 [553 KiB] Changelog by Danila Vershinin (2020-02-20):
- fixed upstream issue by setting proper location for shared-collections
- better SELinux compatibility
- ghost shared-collections

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