Originally Posted by ravigpalli
Yes I am running Fedora 10....
Please some one provide solution...
You google those alerts and the solutions.
Fro example :
mod_proxy_ftp Module NULL Pointer Dereference Denial Of
In general the solution is to update either apache or the module in questions. If a rpm for fedora 10 is available , you can use that.
If there is no rpm available, well in that case I personally would start compiling, but installing the development packages on a production server has it's own set of vulnerabilities - to that means building on a separate installation.
If you have dependency problems, you will need to resolve them , which may or may not involve installing a new OS.
You other solutions are to simply disable those modules or look at additional modules such as mod_evasive and / or mod_security. Mod_security may well take some time and effort to configure, depending on what your are running on Apache .
Last, why are you running Fedora 10 as a server ? Personally I would look at Centos or RHEL.
F10 is beyond EOL :
meaning no more updates for you.
With that information in mind, I again suggest you update your OS and, if it were me, I would look at RHEL or Centos rather then Fedora.