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Configserver Exploit Scanner Nulled Scripts 7

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Why You Should Avoid Configserver Exploit Scanner Nulled Scripts 7

Configserver Exploit Scanner (CXS) is a server malware, exploit and antivirus scanner that performs active scanning of files as they are uploaded to the server[^2^]. It is a popular and effective tool for protecting your server from various types of threats, such as viruses, exploits, suspicious files, and illegal web software installations.

However, some people may be tempted to use nulled scripts of CXS, which are cracked or modified versions of the original software that bypass the license verification. This is not only illegal and unethical, but also very risky for your server security. Here are some reasons why you should avoid Configserver Exploit Scanner nulled scripts 7:

Nulled scripts may contain malicious code that can compromise your server, such as backdoors, trojans, or ransomware. This can allow hackers to access your server, steal your data, or damage your files.

Nulled scripts may not work properly or have missing features. This can result in false positives, false negatives, or errors that can affect your server performance or functionality.

Nulled scripts may not receive updates or support from the developers. This can leave your server vulnerable to new or emerging threats that are not detected by the outdated or broken nulled scripts.

Nulled scripts may violate the terms of service of your hosting provider or control panel. This can lead to suspension or termination of your account, or legal action from the software owners.

Therefore, it is highly recommended that you purchase a legitimate license of Configserver Exploit Scanner from the official website[^2^]. The license costs $60 per server and includes software updates for the life of the product, as well as initial installation with recommended configuration options. You can also benefit from the features and services of CXS, such as IP reputation system, script version scanning, bayes probability scanning, quarantine interface, statistics, command wizards, and more.

By using a genuine license of Configserver Exploit Scanner, you can ensure that your server is protected from malware and exploits in a reliable and legal way. You can also support the developers who work hard to create and maintain this useful software.

If you are wondering how to install Configserver Exploit Scanner on your server, you can follow these steps:

Log in to your server via SSH as root or sudo user.

Download the latest version of CXS from the official website using the wget command:


Extract the downloaded file using the tar command:

tar -xzf cxsinstaller.tgz

Run the installer script using the perl command:


Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation and configuration of CXS.

Delete the installer files using the rm command:

rm -fv cxsinstaller.*

You can also use the cPanel or DirectAdmin interface to install and manage CXS, if you have those control panels installed on your server. You can find more information and documentation on the official website or contact the support team if you need any assistance.

If you are looking for some alternatives to Configserver Exploit Scanner, you may want to consider these options:

Imunify360: A comprehensive security solution for Linux servers that includes malware scanning and removal, firewall, intrusion detection and prevention, patch management, and more. It supports cPanel, Plesk, DirectAdmin, and other control panels. It costs $12 per month per server for up to 30 users. You can learn more at

Maldet: A free and open source malware scanner for Linux servers that detects and cleans malware infections. It supports cPanel, DirectAdmin, and other control panels. It does not have a graphical interface or a real-time scanning feature. You can learn more at

ClamAV: A free and open sourc


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