Monday, November 12, 2007

InProtect 0.80.0 Beta *fixed clean install sql*

My apologies for the issues that people have been experiencing with the new Beta of InProtect, but please remember that this is the purpose of a beta.

I appreciate all of the feedback in IRC and comments on this blog. Below is the URL to a version of InProtect with a cleaned up clean install sql script. Note that you may still have issues with the actual install script (not the .sql) and I am working on that right now, hopefully will have that out shortly for you.

InProtect 0.80.0 Beta **FIXED**



Roch said...


The sql script works fine but I'm having trouble logging into the Web front end. I think I need to play with the db privileges.


JJC said...

cool, what is the error, and how are you attempting to login?


Roch said...

Only error I am getting is:

Incorrect username / password - please try again.

I am trying to login via the Web GUI. I have the correct settings in inprotect.cfg and config.php, I think! Are there any additional perl modules I need? Also tried recreating the Admin password using the OLD_PASSWORD syntax but it will won't let me in.

Roch said...

Also getting this in my nessus_scan.log

connect('inprotect:localhost','DBUSER',...) failed: Access denied for user 'DBUSER'@'localhost' (using password: YES) at /usr/local/bin/ line 77

*Had to remove the tags around DBUSER to allow this post*

Roch said...

Ok I managed to login by setting the password to be stored using MD5 through phpMyAdmin.

Roch said...

One other thing I found, settings.php calls Crypt/CBC.php which doesn't exist in the tarball. Commenting it out allows you to access the pages that call it.