Disable default cPanel guestbook CGI script

In this article we’ll discuss the built-in guestbook.cgi script that is available from cPanel, and how to disable it in case it is causing your website to fail a PCI compliance scan. If you happened to have read our previous article on how to pass PCI compliance scans, the cPanel /cgi-sys/guestbook.cgi script is a common Read More >

OpenSSL PCI scan false positive

In this article we’ll discuss why a PCI scan could have possibly failed as a false positive, stating an outdated version of OpenSSL which is the service that handles SSL connections. If you have read our previous article on how to pass PCI compliance scans, the OpenSSL service being outdated is a common false positive Read More >

Exim PCI scan false positive

In this article we’ll discuss why a PCI scan could have possibly failed as a false positive, stating an outdated version of Exim which is the service that handles sending e-mail on the server. If you have read our previous article on how to pass PCI compliance scans, the Exim service being outdated is a Read More >

BIND PCI scan false positive

In this article we’ll discuss why a PCI scan could have possibly failed as a false positive, stating an outdated version of BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) which is the service that handles DNS requests. If you have read our previous article on how to pass PCI compliance scans, the BIND service being outdated is Read More >

Close open ports for PCI compliance

If you’ve read our previous article on how to pass PCI compliance scans, you might have recently failed a PCI scan and are curious about what needs to be done to pass. One of the most common PCI compliance requirements for passing a PCI scan that fails is the use of open ports on the Read More >

How to pass PCI compliance scans

In this article we’ll discuss PCI compliance requirements, explain what is PCI compliance, and give some steps to pass a PCI scan. PCI DSS stands for Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. The PCI DSS was created back in 2004 by the four major credit card companies American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa to help Read More >