CRITICAL : One more kernel exploit known to the public

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Published on : September 17, 2010 by

CRITICAL : One more kernel exploit known to the public

A continuation of the previous exploits. http://isec.pl/vulnerabilities/isec-0025-syscall-emulation.txt Full Disclosure here  – http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2010/Sep/268 & mitigation at http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2010/Sep/273 Details about the 0 day exploit and how to test whether your system is exploitable or not. However no need to get panicked as this particular exploit was with l33t hackers for last 2 years as you can see […]

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Manually removing the domains from plesk – when plesk frontend don’t work

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Published on : June 22, 2010 by

Manually removing the domains from plesk – when plesk frontend don’t work

Could be a bug with Plesk 9.5 version. But Plesk 9.5 is giving issues once in a while in deleting the domains which are “partially” created. Let us see how Plesk remove domain manually can be done. ISSUE DNS zones are never created, and the DBs are not properly updated. Even after reconfiguring the domains […]

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Php – behind the scenes

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Published on : June 11, 2010 by

Php – behind the scenes

Preface: My previous blogs were about how we can install php in various format. Here I am trying to elaborate php working and the steps involved  during the phase. You may wonder why such an understanding of PHP working is necessary for a sysadmin job. To be honest , I was quite confused what is […]

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php : CGI SAPI explained

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php : CGI SAPI explained

Preface We had seen the details of setting up  PHP as an apache module. An Apache module is compiled into the Apache binary, so the PHP interpreter runs in the Apache process, meaning that when Apache spawns a child, each process already contains a binary image of PHP. The obvious advantage of using PHP as […]

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mod_php explained

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mod_php explained

Like in the case of all apache modules,in apache mod_php you can either compile PHP as a static module or compile it as a dynamic module.  In the case of static module , you  can’t perform any modification for the module without recompiling the binary to which it is attached.  For eg.  you can’t add […]

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