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Change all user account passwords in a cPanel server

Tags: cPanelLinuxpassword changesscripting

Published on : July 14, 2015 by

Change all user account passwords in a cPanel server

There may be a requirement where you would need to change multiple account passwords in a cPanel server. This script would be of help in changing the passwords of entire accounts in cPanel.

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How to install 32 bit and 64 bit applications on 64 bit Ubuntu OS

Tags: getlibsUbuntu

Published on : May 26, 2011 by

How to install 32 bit and 64 bit applications on 64 bit Ubuntu OS

Earlier, with Drapper Drake , you only had to install ia32libs. But after that, may be they decided not to release for future versions, no more release. Hackers always find a way round to get their thing done and that exactly what happened with this as well. A bash file was written and released to […]

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Ruby Gems not getting updated

Tags: cPanelgiving response code 302ruby

Published on : October 22, 2010 by

Ruby Gems not getting updated

On a cPanel server, I ran the script /scripts/installruby for rubygems update which updated the ruby version from 1.8.6 to 1.8.7 But when updating the gems and the gem itself, we were getting error as below, gem update –system Updating RubyGems… ERROR: While executing gem … (Gem::RemoteSourceException) HTTP Response 302 fetching http://gems.rubyforge.org/yaml Solution was to […]

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IFS

Tags: ifslinux. bashwhile

Published on : September 2, 2010 by

IFS

How many times in Linux shell scripting have you written scripts and a had bad time with those having spaces? The remedy to this situation is your IFS value. IFS or Internal Field Separator holds the value which separates the various entities. This can be file names, values read a script by read etc. It […]

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RootKits and anti rootkits

Tags: chkrootkitrootkitvulnerability

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RootKits and anti rootkits

Server security experts define rootkits as a collection of programs that enable an attacker to get the same privilage as the root user in a linux or unix system. The word is composed of two portions: ‘root’ – meaning the application will provide the highest access level of the root/administrator in the system and ‘kit’ […]

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