This host is a BenHur device which has a weak default firewall configuration ruleset.

Total Server Solutions does not use BenHur Firewall on any of our servers.  So you can provide your PCI scanning company the following information and this should let them post it as a false positive report;

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Total Server Solutions does not use BenHur Firewall on any servers. All servers are protected using CSF (ConfigServer Firewall) and are not susceptible to the exploit posted.
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Reviewed 11/05/2016

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