I've gone through the install multiple times, searched the archves and found one hint that the order of my httpd.conf might be wrong. I've reordered things, but still have the exact same problem:
web1:/ # /opt/apache/bin/apachectl start
Syntax error on line 13 of /usr/local/slash/site/www.asdf.org/www.asdf.org.conf:
Invalid command 'SlashVirtualUser', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration
I'm "including" the unmodified slash config file into the apache config file using the include directive. My DNS name is not yet registered, but I've added it to the /etc/hosts so that everything appears to resolve okay.
I installed, following all of the steps exactly, including allowing mod_perl to build apache. Bundle::Slash also installed correctly and now reports that no updates are required.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Are there any known security problems with Slash 2.0?
I've just has someone request a new password for each of my Authors in
I can't see why they would want to do this unless they thought they could
intercept the email in some way....
I can't say if there are any specific problems around email or pw, but your
correspondent might know that the email addresses you have for the authors
are not active anymore, and if they could social engineer you into changing
the pw, it would in effect be a denial of service on the account, since the
new password would never be recieved.
At 04:38 PM 2/19/2002 +0000, alex wrote:
>Are there any known security problems with Slash 2.0?
>I've just has someone request a new password for each of my Authors in
>I can't see why they would want to do this unless they thought they could
>intercept the email in some way....
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