SecFilterEngine and SecFilterScanPOST

If you require hosting to have SecFilterEngine Off or SecFilterScanPOST Off, do not worry.

Those rules apply to Apache 1.x, but CloudURL uses Apache 2.x.

We can't completely disable mod_sec, but we can find the rules blocking your scripts (403 error) and disable those rules. Thus, we can meet these requirements.

Simply submit a ticket to report the mod security blockage.

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