Easy way to uninstall CSF from server

uninstall csf [Config Server Firewall]

In our previous post, we explained the steps for installing CSF on a Linux machine. You can refer the below article.

How to install and configure csf on CentOS/RHEL servers?

One of the most commonly using Firewall application on Linux servers. Config Server Security & Firewall is abbreviated as CSF. CSF helps to configure server firewall easily and simply.

Here CryBit is going to explain how to install CSF and configure this on your Linux servers. Installation steps are simple and easy to execute.

Installation Steps

In this article, we are discussing the steps to uninstall CSF from server.

There is a script in the csf directory, to do the same simply. You can uninstall the CSF firewall utility by running the ‘uninstall.sh‘ script from command line.

Step I : Login to your server via SSH as root user.

Step II : Change the directory to ‘/etc/csf’

# cd /etc/csf

You can find out this file under the directory /etc/csf.

uninstall.sh -> /usr/local/csf/bin/uninstall.sh

Step III : Execute the following command.

# sh uninstall.sh 
Or

# /usr/local/csf/bin/uninstall.sh

That’s it.

CSF commands for Unix/Linux servers

Config Server Firewall – CSF. CSf is the most commonly using firewall application to secure Linux servers.

CSF has wide range of options to manage Linux firewall via comman-line and from the control panel.

The csf installation includes preconfigured configurations and control panel UI’s for cPanel, DirectAdmin and Webmin.

The installation ans usage of CSF is quit simple.

 

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