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Re: nginx Digest, Vol 157, Issue 12 / ModSecurity/

Stephen D. Scotti, M.D. via nginx
November 12, 2022 01:56AM
Just curious. I though the WAF and ModSecurity was only available with NGINX Plus on a paid subscription basis ?

Is it possible to implement that without a paid subscription if one is willing and able to compile and configure it on their own ?

What about using it with something like OpenResty ?

Thank you.

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> You need to install the modsec lib from here (it has instructions)
> https://github.com/SpiderLabs/ModSecurity/ https://github.com/SpiderLabs/ModSecurity/tree/v3/master
> Depending on what distribution you are on, there may also be a package for it.
> Thanks
> J
> Cheers
> On Fri, 11 Nov 2022 at 18:40, Gus Flowers Starkiller <relectgustfs@gmail.com <mailto:relectgustfs@gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi ! Thanks a lot for your explanation ! Well I've installed some Nginx servers all cases like configured like Proxy Reverse, But, at first I installed Nginx from pages different from Nginx.org but the source were get from nginx too (i think) and cases like nginx.conf is happening, different files with ngonx.org http://ngonx.org/ and other sources and for example that directories like sites-available and sites-enabled are missing after installation:
> e.g. /etc/nginx/sites-available and /etc/nginx/sites-enabled are not in installation from nginx.org http://nginx.org/ and as you say I could configure them to my own target, but in these cases I must install Nginx + ModSecurity + OWASP (CRS) because we must have the most security network with web pages to publicate.
> So, is there any configuration that you could recommend me?
> Another point too, I read the book about Nginx+Modsecurity from these book
> <image.png>
> And I couldn't find in which directories of linux is installed Nginx, in my cases Nginx and OWASP is in /usr/local/src but in the moment where I must compile Nginx there is error about module
> "./configure: error: ngx_http_modsecurity_module requires the ModSecurity library."
> Well I hope all these words don't disturb you at all, please sorry and any word you can tell me about this, I will be so grateful. Thanks a lot, greetings from Argentina.
> Gus Fls

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Re: nginx Digest, Vol 157, Issue 12 / ModSecurity/

Stephen D. Scotti, M.D. via nginx November 12, 2022 01:56AM

RE: nginx Digest, Vol 157, Issue 12 / ModSecurity/

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