Thanks. I downloaded the log. Here's a copy of the last few entries. The bottom four errors refers to my script problem.

Never faced that error personally. But I found related issue in the following thread; see if you can switch to SuPHP…or-270891.html

Also note that you should transfer the file properly to the system if you upload is via FTP.


Transfer modes: if you are using FTP to transfer the CGI script to your server, then your FTP client is probably set to AUTO transfer mode; that is, it will try to figure out whether to use BINARY or ASCII mode without asking you. But depending on whether your CGI script came from a Windows or UNIX system, and whether it’s going to a Windows or UNIX system, you may need to manually set your FTP client to use either ASCII or BINARY mode before transferring your CGI script. Try one and then the other.


Some of the stuff sounds bit scary! [severity "CRITICAL"] [tag "WEB_ATTACK/COMMAND_INJECTION"] ???

Yup, but your mod_sec rule was blocking the attack and thus you could see that message in log.

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