Configuration profile functions for
/etc/csf/csf.conf. You can create your own profiles using the examples provided in
reset_to_plesk_defaults.conf is a special case and will always be the latest default csf.conf based on your OS platform and Plesk version.
|block all perm||This provides a configuration where all blocks are configured to be permanent|
|block all temp||This provides a configuration where all blocks are configured to be temporary for a duration of one hour|
|disable_alerts||This profile disables all options that will send email alerts. This profile is not recommended as the alerts often provide essential information about blocks and hacking activity on a server and if disabled that information will be lost. Additionally, some of these options disable functionality.|
|protection_high||This provides a high security level configuration that sets low levels for failure blocking and enables some of the more advanced features to provide a more secure configuration. It also enables a large number of alert emails. This profile can increase the rate of false-positive blocks|
|protection_low||This provides a medium security level configuration that sets medium levels for login failure blocking and minimises false-positives. It is a slightly higher level than the default installation.|
|reset_to_plesk_defaults||The profile reset_to_plesk_defaults is a special case and will always be the latest default csf.conf based on your OS platform and plesk version.|
Create a configuration backup with optional "name" stored in
Restore a configuration backup from
Report differences between configuration profiles or configuration backups.