12 December 2014
Category:
Linux
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Blocking brute force attack against WordPress wp-login.php

Using ModSecurity You can add the below rules in your Apache configuration file. It will block the attacks.   # This has to be global, cannot exist within a directory or location clause . . . SecAction phase:1,nolog,pass,initcol:ip=%{REMOTE_ADDR},initcol:user=%{REMOTE_ADDR},id:10011 # Setup brute force detection. # React if block flag has been set. SecRule user:bf_block “@gt 0” […]


12 December 2014
Category:
Security
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Block countries using CSF Firewall

Sometimes you may want to block certain countries from visiting your sites. This may be due to excessive fraud or legal issues with accepting customers from countries. Blocking countries via the CSF Firewall is quick and easy. Here’s how it’s done. If you’re on a VPS or Dedicated Server, the block using the Firewall is […]


16 July 2014
Category:
cPanel
Linux
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Exim command line

Exim is a powerful MTA. Exim is highly configurable, and therefore has features that are lacking in other MTAs. It has always had substantial facilities for mail policy controls, providing facilities for the administrator to control who may send or relay mail through the system. Exim  also comes with powerful utilities to manage mail queue […]


23 May 2014
Category:
BASH
cPanel
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bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

In cPanel users with SSH access may sometimes get below error on running commands. This happens because of “Shell Fork bomb Protection” which prevent users with terminal access (ssh/telnet) from using up the server’s resources. It’s for crash protection of server by users. -bash: fork: Resource temporarily unavailable To solve this problem you can simply […]


26 April 2014
Category:
Apache
Linux
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Put site in maintenance mode with .htaccess

Sooner or later you’ll probably run into situation when you will have to put your site in maintenance mode so that you can upgrade your site or move it to a new server or make changes etc. Below is the simplest way to do it using .htaccess if your site is running on Apache. First […]


15 February 2014
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cPanel
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Setup multiple shared IP’s in cPanel/WHM Server

By default cPanel only allows one shared IP per server. But sometime you may need to multiple shared IP’s for e.g. assign different group of domain to different class IP. cPanel doesn’t provide any direct option for this but can be done easily via shell. First of all reserve the IP’s. echo “1.1.1.1” >> /etc/reservedips […]


3 August 2013
Category:
Linux
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How to outsource web hosting support services?

We at Server Tech Support offer server support services for those who are planning to outsource web hosting technical support to manage their servers. We have, with us a strong team of server specialists that can remotely assist you with regard to any issue related to your server, may it be an emergency support or […]


2 August 2013
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What is outsourced web hosting support?

In outsourced web hosting support the support provided to the clients is handled by an outside company. Companies providing outsourced technical support for web hosts offer support via helpdesk/email, phone, and/or chat (some companies). Outsourced technical support company may be providing support either part time or full time. Reliable and reputed technical support companies that […]


14 June 2013
Category:
cPanel
Linux
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Setup new cPanel/WHM Server

First of all setup below recommended partitions while installing the CentOS/RedHAT operating system. Partition Size Comment / 80GB OS Base /boot 500MB boot loader /usr 32GB used by cPanel, Apache, PHP and other applications /var 64GB MySQL, cPanel config and log files /tmp 4GB swap twice the size of RAM 4GB max is ok for […]


10 May 2013
Category:
cPanel
Linux
Plesk
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How to install MP4box on CentOS 6

MP4Box is a MP4 multiplexer. It can import MPEG-4 video, DivX, XviD, 3ivx, h264 etc, audio streams and subtitles into the .mp4 container. The end result is a compliant MP4 stream. It can also extract streams from a .mp4. MP4Box is a command line tool, but can be used with graphical user interfaces such as […]