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ClamAV is an open-source anti-virus engine designed to detect viruses, Trojans, malware and other threats. It supports multiple file formats (documents, executables or archives), uses multi-threaded scanner features and receives updates 3-4 times a day for its signature database. Additionally, we are updating our database, so the user will get improved results. Benefits of using […]

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Add RBL list to cPanel server

This tutorial we show how you can use the RBLs interface to configure your mail server to check incoming mail against the available RBLs. Your server will block the incoming messages if the IP address or hostname matches an cPanel RBL entry. RBL is short for “Real-time Blackhole List.” RBL servers keep lists of spam-heavy […]

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Install IPSET to CSF Firewall

Servers running iptables with CSF firewall can become slow and bogged down while processing the sometimes hundreds of IP addresses in CSF’s iptables chains. Thankfully, it is possible to quickly and easily alleviate this slowdown by installing and configuring a took called ipset. IP sets are a framework inside the Linux kernel that can store […]

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cPGuard – Security plugin for DirectAdmin

OpsShield has released cPGuard version 3 for DirectAdmin servers with all features available for cPanel plugin with some extra features added. With the latest version the release tier which is version 3.16 is coming up with CentOS/RHEL/CloudLinux 8 support. Some of the exciting features in new cPGuard version for DirectAdmin includes the following Revamped UI […]

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Most Common HTTP Errors

Have you ever tried to visit a website only to get an “Access Denied” or “Unauthorized” sign displayed on your computer or laptop screen? When you type a website into the address bar, an HTTP request is sent to the web servers as a status code. The HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) then follows a set […]

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How to Password Protect Your WordPress Site?

If you want to set your site as private, setting up a password can definitely come in handy. In this article, you will learn a few methods on how to password protect your website and why it’s a good idea to have one in the first place. Why Password Protect Your Website? Websites are usually […]

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RBL – Fight SPAM With Postfix

Using RBL is really efficient and pretty lightweight. All it take is some DNS queries and if you were going to receive a lot of spam email from the same client, this DNS entries will be cached in your (local) DNS. To get some figures on how many emails get caught through, on a server […]

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Howto detect malware’s with WP-CLI

WP-CLI is the command-line interface for WordPress. You can update plugins, configure multisite installations and much more, without using a web browser. This tool need ssh access to server using it. More information for this tool found their homepage. This tutorial we show how you can detect malware’s in WordPress installation. WP-CLI Installation Depend your […]

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cPanel ModSecurity v2.9.3 results in apache service failures

The following update to the ea-apache24-mod_security2 RPM was included as part of the initial May 29 EasyApache 4 Release: EA-8081 – Update Mod_security2 to 2.9.3 Upon the publication of this update, we observed reports of Apache service failures stemming from ModSecurity segmentation faults. kernel: [123456.123456] httpd[12345]: segfault at 9 ip 0000000000000000 sp 0000000000000 error 4 […]

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cPGuard licenses has reached 500+ servers

OpsShield announces the growth of cPGuard licenses has reached 500+ servers last week. After publically releasing the product in 2017 last quarter, cPGuard is making progressive growth every month. Several major hosting companies now trust cPGuard to secure their servers and user accounts. Since the initial release, cPGuard is adding more features into the product […]

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