Support for Project SECURITY – Website Security, Antivirus & Firewall


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How to install & integrate Project SECURITY?

  1. Create a subfolder on your host via FTP or File Manager (You can name it “security” for example)
  2. Upload the files from the “Source” folder of the script into the newly created subfolder on your host
  3. Create a MySQL database (Your hosting provider can assist)
  4. Visit your website where you uploaded the files (For example:
  5. The Installation Wizard will open automatically, just follow the steps
  6. Copy the Integration Code that you will see at the end of the Installation Wizard
  7. Put the copied Integration Code in a main .php file of your website
    (Examples: database config (connection) .php file; functions .php file; header .php file; core .php file that is included by all other .php files)
Example Integration Code:
include_once "security/config.php";
include_once "security/project-security.php"; 

How to protect multiple websites with Project SECURITY?

To protect multiple websites you should install Project SECURITY on all websites.

Finally copy the Project SECURITY’s Path URL and add it on the Website Monitoring page at the main Project SECURITY installation.

Blank / White page when visiting website via IFrame

Project SECURITY by default has Clickjacking Protection enabled and this option does not allow a website to be viewed via IFrame. To disable it go to the Security (Category) -> SQL Injection page.

Installation Wizard reverts back to beginning after final step (Config.php file not created)

This issue appears when “config.php” file can’t be created. This is caused because of insufficient CHMod permissions.

Solution: Open FTP / File Manager and set CHMod permissions “777” to Project SECURITY’s folder and all its subfolders and files. Then try to install the script again.

Project SECURITY detected as a virus when uploading on a host

Project SECURITY can be flagged as a virus but this is a false positive detection. This is because of the “malware-scanner.php” file that contains malware patterns used to detect malicious files.

Try to upload the files from the “Source” folder via FTP, not via File Manager.

If this doesn’t help use an online php encoder tool to encrypt the “malware-scanner.php” file and then you will be able to upload it.

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