Install MALDET Linux Malware Detect on cPanel Server.

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Maldet is a malware detector and scanner for Linux based servers a project designed by R-fx networks project. It can be installed on shared hosting servers like cPanel WHM and linux plesk servers which works along with Clamav tool.

1. Download & Install Maldet –

   cd /usr/local/src
   wget http://www.rfxn.com/downloads/maldetect-current.tar.gz
   tar -xzvf maldetect-current.tar.gz

2. Go to the maldetect directory and run the installer script ‘install.sh’ as root:
   
     cd maldetect-1.5
   ./install.sh

3. Next, make a symlink to the maldet command in the /bin/ directory.

   ln -s /usr/local/maldetect/maldet /bin/maldet
   hash -r

 4. Configure Maldet, Install Nano editor if its not installed ( yum install nano ) –

    cd /usr/local/maldetect/
    nano conf.maldet

5. Enable email alert by changing the value to ‘1’.
  
    email_alert=”1″

6. Set your email address .

    email_addr=”root@24x7servermanagement.com”

We will use the ClamAV clamscan binary as default scan engine because it provides a high-performance scan on large file sets. If its not installed you can install it using ( yum -y install clamav clamav-devel ) then update using ( freshclam ) command.

7. Change value to ‘1’ on line 114 – scan_clamscan=”1″

8.  
Next, enable quarantining to move malware to the quarantine automatically during the scan process. Change value to ‘1’ on line 180 – quarantine_hits=”1″

9. Change value to 1 on line 185 to enable clean based malware injections – quarantine_clean=”1″

10. Save and exit.

Use Real-Time Monitoring with Maldet for active monitoring.

The inotify monitoring feature is designed to monitor paths/users in real-time for file creation/modify/move operations. This option requires a kernel that supports inotify_watch (CONFIG_INOTIFY) which is found in kernels 2.6.13+ and CentOS/RHEL 5 by default.

There are three modes that the monitor can be executed with and they relate to what will be monitored, they are USERS|PATHS|FILES.
e.g: maldet –monitor users
e.g: maldet –monitor /root/monitor_paths
e.g: maldet –monitor /home/mike,/home/ashton

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