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LibClamAV Error : No supported database files found

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Published on : February 8, 2017 by

LibClamAV Error : No supported database files found

Hello Folks, For those running and managing websites should know about the potential security threats out there which can ruin your business. Malwares or viruses as we call it is one of the most sort out threats out there, For those of who already have a website compromised, “Maldet” is your friend which can help […]

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Have a phishing page? Dive in to know more!!!

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Published on : December 20, 2016 by

Have a phishing page? Dive in to know more!!!

When one hears about phishing in websites they know that something fishy is going on with it. For all of those who doesn’t know about phishing, you may want to look into this. What is phishing and why one should be concerned about it? Phishing is a way of getting sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, […]

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Script to Block WHM Root Access from Unknown IPs

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Published on : July 25, 2016 by

Script to Block WHM Root Access from Unknown IPs

In a Shared Hosting cPanel server, the WHM root access is required for authorized technicians and API calls (like WHMCS) only. In majority cases, the shell access or root level access is restricted only to the web hosting support or server management professionals. Being a popular web hosting control panel, cPanel is exposed to various […]

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Specify permissions or setting umask for files uploaded through SFTP

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Published on : October 21, 2014 by

Specify  permissions or setting umask for files uploaded through SFTP

Umask is used to remove additional permissions of files which are copied to the server. If the file has 777 permission on the source and uploaded via sftp using -p or -P option, the permission will be preserved. It can be used in SFTP to change permissions of files. For SFTP change permissions after uploading the […]

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How to disable mod_sec2 for a domain in cPanel Server

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Published on : September 17, 2014 by

How to disable mod_sec2 for a domain in cPanel Server

Disable Mod security for an account was easier in Mod_security v 1.x, you just had to add the following lines in the .htaccess file for that account’s public_html directory : SecFilterEngine Off SecFilterScanPost Off This will no longer work as Mod_security 2.x was been started to use in newer WHM/cPanel versions. In this article, we […]

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