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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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What is ModSecurity and why do we need it ?

For time being, the internet growth and the accompanying vulnerability are very much. So we have to implement something special security for servers. So at the current state plugin like ModSecurity is a very good option to use. To learn more about it, Lets go down.. ModSecurity is an open source web based firewall application […]

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Technology & Development partnership with OpsShield (cPGuard)

Malware.Expert a leading provider well-known for Commercial WAF rules, ClamAV Signatures for PHP and for many other projects under their hood announcing its technology/development partnership with OpsShield, an Indian based development and server management company offering security suite for cPanel servers and other security/management solutions for Linux servers. “We are very excited to join cPGuard […]

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WordPress Two-Factor Authentication Plugins

Most websites are created by using WordPress application because of its user friendly interface and ease of use. Nowadays updates for major web application are released more faster than ever, this situation was due to that hackers are more efficient to break every code for finding any loopholes aggressively. So if any vulnerabilities are reported, […]

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What is Two-Factor authentication

Two-factor authentication is an additional security layer for your Website or business helping to rescue from the vulnerabilities of a standard password-only approach.v Nowadays, It is more dangerous to use online services to store too much data in your cloud, and your credit cards are linked to accounts with retail websites. Two-factor authentication (2FA) adds […]

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Malware Scanner Tools for Linux

We all know that Linux is the most powerful operating system around us, but there is a misconception that Linux does not need any antivirus programs on it. For maximum protection this is essential. More than 60% of web-servers are running on Linux servers and most of them are protected with some solutions. From my […]

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Rootkits

As malware go, rootkits are one of the more nasty ones. They are difficult to detect and are capable of causing more serious damage to any system they are installed in. What is a rootkit? Essentially, a rootkit is a software application designed to provide privileged access (hence the “root” in the name) to a […]

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Email Blacklist and how do they work?

Are you fed up with spams on your Email? Don’t worry! You can fight them using RBLs and DNSBL. RBL stands for Real-time Black-hole List and DNSBL stands for Domain Name Server Blacklist. It helps to decrease the issues of email spamming. It is effectively used all around the world to share the IP addresses […]

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All in one Security Plugins for cPanel Servers

In this century, no of hackers and malware they created has been increased day by day. There are some basic security plugins and inbuilt protection available on cPanel, but nowadays they are not aggressive as earlier. Since new malware’s are being created by hackers, we need a new software’s to fight against malware threats and […]

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