Enabling or updating Comodo rule set for ModSecurity on Plesk for Linux server fails: modsecurity_ctl failed: Failed to download comodo_free rule set

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    Yasniel Diaz Marrero

    OWASP no give you possiblity for logins in wordpress, is not possible using. 

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    Frank Ward

     I turned off and then on the "Web application firewall mode" and I still have this notification (Error: Failed to update the ModSecurity rule set: modsecurity_ctl failed: Failed to download comodo_free rule set) despite the supposed resolution.

    How do I go about getting this fixed?

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    Yasniel Diaz Marrero

    The problems was resolve, all is working like was. Thanks for fast support. 

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    Timur Atalay

    Issue still persists on my end:

    OS: Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS
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    Taras Ermoshin

    Hello @Frank Ward and @Timur Atalay!

    I have checked on the test server but wasn't able to reproduce the issue.

    You can try disabling and then enabling ModSecurity, or switching to another rule set (Atomic Standard or OWASP) and switching back to the Comodo rule set, or executing the command plesk daily UpdateModSecurityRuleSet in CLI.

    If the issue still persists after that, then please submit a support request.

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    Alex

    same issue. switching rulesets did not help

    :~# plesk daily UpdateModSecurityRuleSet
    [2021-04-28 18:31:47.446] ERR [util_exec] proc_close() failed ['/opt/psa/admin/bin/modsecurity_ctl' '--install' '--with-backup' '--apache' '--ruleset' 'comodo_free'] with exit code [1]
    [2021-04-28 18:31:48.664] ERR [panel] modsecurity_ctl failed: Failed to download comodo_free rule set.

     

    I am also not able to switch to Comodo, since it first checks for an update and because it is not able to download, it fails.

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