Monthly Archives: April 2009

30 04, 2009

Awstats outside cpanel

By |April 30th, 2009|Cpanel, General discussions, Server Setup, Third party softwares|0 Comments

Download the from and unzip Go to the stats subdirectory and edit the config.php file Upload the stats directory to your web site, under public_html (creating public_html/stats) Open a browser to to logon and view your stats

30 04, 2009

Freebsd – google apps mail problem

By |April 30th, 2009|FreeBSD, Issues, Mail, Third party softwares|1 Comment

vi /etc/mail/virtusertable %1@google.smtp then make make restart /etc/rc.d/sendmail restart

25 04, 2009

FFMPEG Yum installation

By |April 25th, 2009|Cpanel, General discussions, Issues, Scripts, Server Setup, Third party softwares|0 Comments

1. Install RPMForge: 2. That'll give you access to a repo to install ffmpeg 3. Then yum install ffmpeg.i386 and yum install ffmpeg-devel.i386

24 04, 2009

How to find PHP injection through logs

By |April 24th, 2009|Issues, Scripts, Server Security|1 Comment

URL Injection -- attempt to inject / load files onto the server via PHP/CGI vulnerabilities Sample log report including date and time stamp (1st field is "request", 2nd field is the IP address or the domain name being attacked, and the 3rd field is the IP address or domain name of the attacker) Request ----- [...]

22 04, 2009


By |April 22nd, 2009|General discussions, Issues|2 Comments

Reference from What is suPHP is: On most Apache servers, PHP runs as an Apache module. This is the default method of installation. Many hosts have this setup because it is default and potentially they do not realize that it is also possible to configure PHP as a CGI. Running PHP as a CGI [...]

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