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Slave DNS Server & Manager download version – Control WebPanel Wiki

Slave DNS Server & Manager download version – installation instructionsPlease read more detailed info here. For Slave DNS Manager is recommended that you have a clean server with CWP which will be used as Slave DNS (ns2). Create a New Account on the CWPpro Server* This is the server you Continue Reading

BlueBorne: Technical Insight

(BlueBorne background: read our previous post from Aamir Lakhani here) I have watched the BlueBorne demos and read the technical paper – it was tough! I am amazed at how the researchers managed to exploit several vulnerabilities to turn them into a PoC attack. My comments below. BlueBorne does not “spread” (as such) BlueBorne affects devices Continue Reading

Did You Know? Zimbra 8.7 is here!

Did you know that the long-awaited Zimbra 8.7 is now available? Click here to read more about the new features. The most exciting new feature for Zimbra end-users like you is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). Zimbra 2FA protects your email security with an extra physical layer (something you possess). If you Continue Reading

Celebrating a Major Community Milestone: #WeAre1Million!

Yes, you read it right: today the PrestaShop Community passed the one-million-member mark! For the past 9 years, our community has been growing and supporting the PrestaShop adventure. Let’s take a look at how we got this far together! We spent the last several weeks digging through our archives, looking Continue Reading

Kernel Update

How to update CentOS 6 kernel to version 3 or 4 from default CentOS 2.6 kernel.Please read this article before doing any changes on your server. Install repository having new kernels rpm –import https://www.elrepo.org/RPM-GPG-KEY-elrepo.org rpm -Uvh http://www.elrepo.org/elrepo-release-6-6.el6.elrepo.noarch.rpm sed -i “s/enabled=1/enabled=0/g” /etc/yum.repos.d/elrepo.repo To install kernel 4 yum –enablerepo=elrepo-kernel install kernel-ml To Continue Reading

Flexible, secure SSH with DNSSEC

UPDATE: Corrected the paragraph about the permissions of the AuthorizedKeys file. If you read this blog on a regular basis, you probably use the little tool called SSH, especially its ubiquitous and most popular implementation OpenSSH. Maybe you’re savvy enough to only use it with public/private keys, and therefore protect Continue Reading