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Install eAccelerator on cPanel Server – Command line

What is eAccelerator ? Yes, before going directly to the installation steps, you must have an idea about eAccelerator. As the name indicates, it’s an...

Hardening your TCP/IP Stack Against SYN Floods

Denial of service (DoS) attacks launch via SYN floods can be very problematic for servers that are not properly configured to handle them....

How To Install APF Firewall on Cpanel

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...

How to Find and Kill All Zombie Processes

On Unix operating systems, a zombie process or defunct process is a process that has completed execution but still has an entry in the...

cPanel AWStats is Not Updating Automatically

AWStats is one of the most commonly using cPanel tool to analyse website traffic summary. You can analyse a lot of things from here...

How to install System Integrity Monitor (SIM) Cpanel

Description: SIM is a system and services monitor for ‘SysVinit’ systems. It is designed to be intuitive and modular in nature, and to provide a...

CVE-2014-6271 – Critical BASH vulnerability discovered (Shellshock)

Critical BASH vulnerability discovered – update BASH on your CentOS Linux server!!! ## Shellshock vulnerability ## Summary >> A critical code execution vulnerability (Remote) affecting bash (Unix...

Running PPTP VPN with CSF firewall

Most of the time pptp vpn doesnt work with csf firewall. Here is the guide to make it working.1) type the following command: nano /etc/csf/csfpre.sh 2)...

CentOS Linux install and configure NTP to synchronize the system clock

Q. How do I install and configure NTP under CentOS Linux 5 server to synchronize the system clock?A. You can easily install NTP (Network...

cPanel: Apache + PHP FastCGI Data Timeout Error

If you are run on cPanel server and have FastCGI enabled in Apache, you might facing following error which caused your website hang or...