[Owasp-modsecurity-core-rule-set] rule bypass
ivan.ristic at gmail.com
Sun Jan 17 10:51:43 EST 2010
Ah, I now realise that there's no ctl:ruleRemoveByMsg and since
there's no ID associated with the rule you want to remove, your only
option is to modify the CRS file directly.
On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 3:50 PM, Ivan Ristic <ivan.ristic at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 3:43 PM, Chris Datfung <chris.datfung at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > Hi Ivan,
>>> > I'll try the SecRuleRemoveByMsg. As an aside, is there a reason that
>>> > ruleRemoveById is a ctl option but ruleRemoveByMsg is not?
>>> Yes, there is. SecRuleRemoveBy(Id|Msg) operate at configure-time and
>>> affect the configuration that will be used as a starting point for all
>>> requests. The ctl:ruleRemoveById action is executed on per-transaction
>>> basis and can only affect the transaction in which it executes.
>> Hi Ivan,
>> I still don't understand why you can't have a ctl:ruleRemoveByMsg action
>> that is executed on a per-transaction basis.
> You most certainly can. In fact, that's the only way to conditionally
> remove a rule (which sounds like what you're after).
>>> > Ideally, in this
>>> > case, I'd like to create a single rule that first matches the effected
>>> > parameter and then removes the rule based on the message. I guess I
>>> > could
>>> > still do that by chaining two rules together.
>>> Yes, that sounds likely.
>> I've been playing around with this and have hit a dead end. I created the
>> following rule:
>> SecRule REQUEST_URI "script.cfm"
>> SecRule &FILES:Filename "@gt 0" chain
>> SecRuleRemoveByMsg "Attempted multipart\/form-data bypass"
> SecRuleRemoveByMsg is also not a rule and cannot be chained. It's a
> configuration directive. You should be using the ctl: action in your
> second rule.
>> but whenever that rule is uncommented I get the following error:
>> Syntax error on line 21 of
>> ModSecurity: Execution phases can only be specified by chain starter rules.
> What's on line 21?
> Ivan Ristic
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