On 31/12/2012, at 15:03, "Christopher M. Bailey"
Can you elaborate?
the last and worst time I got hacked on a server I help manage was due to roundcube and
horribly insecure shell scripts called from its php.
just bad programming practiced all around.
I do concede it was the most functional open source webmail I had used at the time.
Horde/IMP was also good, and frequently updated, while at least being more secure than
after the hack, I decided webmail on servers i manage wasn't really worth while
hannah commodore <hannah(a)tinfoilhat.net> wrote:
On 30/12/2012, at 21:08, chris(a)chrisbailey.au.com wrote:
I've just moved to Postfix from SendMail on a
new hosting server I have
built, just wanting to hear of any issues anyone has had, if any, with
putting postfix in a chroot jail.
CentOS 6.3 x64
Roundcube Webmail client 0.7.3
if you are concerned with security, I'd entirely avoid running roundcube.. I've
had nothing but trouble with it