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At the moment it is not possible to use the Comodo ruleset with ModSecurity 3.0(Nginx).
Due to this xmlrpc.php brute force for WordPress is not protected, which is allowing Plesk server to be vulnerable to xmrlpc.php attacks3 votes
Starting from Plesk 18.0.45 version https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/obsidian/change-log/#plesk-18045,
the nginx ModSecurity ruleset from Comodo in now available in Plesk.
Net core can run applications on windows and linux with a short configurations . Please add support to both OS1,101 votes
The production version of the .NET extension is available https://www.plesk.com/extensions/dot-net/
I think it would be amazing if you supported Laravel as it is one of the fastest growing php frameworks today.
With it you will attract a lot ore customers.325 votes
Moodle 3.5 version is available in Application now.
Just like DigitalOcean has this option, the user should be able to set up a GitLab on his/her domain.3 votes
This functionality was added in Plesk Onyx 17.0
We suggest you to upgrade to Plesk Onyx and check it out.
Upd: fixed broken links
Is very difficulte to install Magento 2 on plsek 12.2 ist it possible add magento pre-install application58 votes
Upd: We have published Magento 2 APS package. Note: based on our research we assume that Magento app is targeted towards dedicated/VPS hosting, and it isn’t particularly feasible for shared hosting.
joomla support like wordpress in plesk 1238 votes
It took a while, but good news to everyone.
Since yesterday Joomla Toolkit is available. You can install it via Plesk Extension Catalog or check it out at https://ext.plesk.com/packages/470269a6-5876-44f2-9af7-7f33e712b83e-joomla-toolkit
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