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The software monitors all web requests for potential security violations and thoroughly logs all suspicious activity. In addition, failed logins are logged, so that you can see if users are trying to illicitly access the accounts of members.
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Located in [strings]DOC_SECURITY_LOGGING
Absorb usergroup-permissions
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Located in [strings]ABSORB_PERMISSIONS
The following usergroups do not have any privileges associated with them and thus should absorb from the appropriate usergroup: <strong>{1}</strong>. Be careful with this interface: you should never absorb from administrative usergroups unless you are sure it is something you wish to do.
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The absorb usergroup-permissions screen allows you to quickly get new usergroups set up with appropriate permissions, by absorbing some from an existing usergroup. Users of OCF (the inbuilt forum system) do not have access to this, as it is automated for them.
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Located in [strings]DOC_ABSORB_PERMISSIONS
Permissions are <strong>taken</strong> from this usergroup.
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Located in [strings]PERMISSIONS_FROM
Permissions are <strong>placed</strong> into this usergroup (after first deleting what may be currently there currently).
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Located in [strings]PERMISSIONS_TO
SSL/TLS (HTTPS) configuration
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Located in [strings]SSL_CONFIGURATION
Select which pages you would like to use the HTTPS <abbr title="Secure Sockets Layer">SSL</abbr>/<abbr title="Transport Layer Security">TLS</abbr> protocol. An HTTPS page view encrypts bi-directional traffic securely (to avoid unauthorised tampering and interception by third-parties) but also imposes a performance cost on the server. To use HTTPS you must have an SSL/TLS certificate installed on your server, and have the website files accessible via both HTTPS and HTTP variants of the base-URL.
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Located in [strings]SSL_PAGE_SELECT
The lookup module links to a number of external web tools that can find information about IP addresses. These tools are:\n - Reverse-DNS lookup - this will find try and find a domain name attached to the IP address\n - DNS lookup - this will find try and find a domain name attached to the IP address, and then the IP address attached to the domain name: with a second IP address, further analysis might be performed\n - WHOIS query - this will try and find a domain name attached to the IP address, and then try to find real-world details about the registered owner of that domain name\n - Ping - this will see if the computer with the IP address responds to &lsquo;pings&rsquo;; servers often will, but desktop computers rarely will\n - Tracert - this will find the network route between the server that provides this web tool, and the server of the IP address; it provides an impression of the locality and connectivity of the associated computer\n - Geo-lookup - this will try and find the geographical location of the IP address; it can be widely inaccurate however: for example, in the past UK AOL users have been shown as being located in the US
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Located in [strings]DOC_INVESTIGATE_USER
If you have a dedicated server which is configured with an SSL/TLS certificate, tied into your domain, and if the server is configured to use the same file system for HTTPS as for HTTP, then you may choose to make certain pages work via HTTPS. Before you may select which pages to use, you must enable the "HTTPS support" option from the "General" subsection of the "Security/Usergroup configuration" section of the configuration.
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Located in [strings]DOC_SSL
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