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PayPal PCI Compliance security issues

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4 comments

  • vanessa
    First check for a false-positive. They should have provided a CVE reference, which you can check in the changelog: rpm -qa --changelog openssh-server |grep $CVE If it's not listed in there, your best option is to close your SSH port, otherwise you'll need to manually upgrade. I have instructions on my site on how to do this.
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  • cPanelWilliam
    Hello! I'd recommend opening a ticket with our team so we can provide some specific advice regarding this issue. Although performing a full security audit falls outside of our scope of support, if you create a new ticket and attach your full PCI scan, we can escalate the ticket to our Level 3 analysts as a courtesy so they can get you pointed in the right direction:
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  • psytanium
    Hello! I'd recommend opening a ticket with our team so we can provide some specific advice regarding this issue. Although performing a full security audit falls outside of our scope of support, if you create a new ticket and attach your full PCI scan, we can escalate the ticket to our Level 3 analysts as a courtesy so they can get you pointed in the right direction:
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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator
    I'm following along with that ticket now, and I see you're still waiting to hear back from PayPal.
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