In this time, we all are aware about the new Open SSL Heartbleed vulnerability. The Heartbleed bug allows anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software. You will get more details from this link Heartbleed. The open SSL version 1.0.1 version has vulnerabilities except 1.0.1g and other versions. Different communities …Read More »
Maldet also known as Linux Malware Detect virus scanner for Linux. Linux Malware Detect (LMD) is a malware scanner for Linux released under the GNU GPLv2 license, that is designed around the threats faced in shared hosted environments. It uses threat data from network edge intrusion detection systems to extract malware that is actively being used in attacks and generates …Read More »
ConfigServer Firewall : Error starting CSF /sbin/ifconfig (ifconfig binary location) -v does not exist!
Having such issue starting/stopping CSF on RHEL/CentOS 7? # csf -x *WARNING* URLGET set to use LWP but perl module is not installed, reverting to HTTP::Tiny You have an unresolved error when starting csf: Error: /sbin/ifconfig (ifconfig binary location) -v does not exist!, at line 2510 in /usr/sbin/csf You need to restart csf successfully to remove this warning, or delete …Read More »
CSF : It is the abbreviation of Config Server Security & Firewall. CSF is for configuring or managing your server firewall easily and simply. Here is some useful steps to Install , configure and uninstall csf on server with CentOS. Installation Process: SSH to your server and do the following steps as root user. Step 1: Downloading csf package. rm -fv …Read More »
Is there any log entries to find-out directly the total number of connections in server? In some high connection high load servers, this log would be helpful to monitor and tune the server with number of connections on it. We can simply sort out the total number of connections in a port by using the command netstat. There isn’t any …Read More »
Denial of service (DoS) attacks launch via SYN floods can be very problematic for servers that are not properly configured to handle them. Proper firewall filtering policies are certainly usually the first line of defense, however the Linux kernel can also be hardened against these types of attacks. This type of hardening is useful for SYN floods that attempt to …Read More »
Advanced Policy Firewall, or APF, is basically an interface to iptables, which is the standard interface to managing network ports on Linux machines. Interacting with iptables can be complex and error-prone, and APF greatly simplifies working with it. However, APF is still only accessible by ssh. There is no way to make changes in APF through WHM or cPanel. All of the APF configuration files are located in the /etc/apf folder …Read More »