Monthly Archives: January 2015

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30 01, 2015

Bash Code Injection Vulnerability

By |January 30th, 2015|Articles, Cpanel, linux|0 Comments

Bash Code Injection Vulnerability Bash or Bourne again shell is a UNIX shell which is a standout among the most introduced utilities for anylinuxframework. Inlinux, environment variables give an approach to impact the conduct of programming on the framework. It principally comprises of a name which has a worth appointed to it. We can expect [...]

29 01, 2015

How to Enable TUN/TAP module in OpenVZ

By |January 29th, 2015|linux, Networking|0 Comments

How to Enable TUN/TAP module in OpenVZ In computer networking, TUN and TAP are virtual-network kernel devices. TUN (namely network TUNnel) simulates a network layer device and it operates with layer 3 packets like IP packets. TAP (namely network tap) simulates a link layer device and it operates with layer 2 packets like Ethernet frames. [...]

29 01, 2015

PLESK MIGRATION

By |January 29th, 2015|How to Install, Installations, Issues, Plesk|0 Comments

PLESK MIGRATION 1.     Preparation a.     Install Migration and Transfer Manager (MTM) on the destination server. From Tools & Settings – Updates and Upgrades – Add/Remove Components and add Parallels Panel Migration and Transfer Manager in Plesk panel and click continue. Hence MTM will be added to the Tools & Settings in Plesk panel on the [...]

28 01, 2015

Virtual Hosting with Apache

By |January 28th, 2015|Apache, Apache, Articles, Hosting|0 Comments

Virtual Hosting with Apache Virtual hosting  is the practice to share resources for hosting multiple domains without creating separate services for each. Virtual hosting helps to use resources more effectively. There are three types of virtual hosting 1.IP based virtual hosting In this type of virtual hosting different  IPs  areusingto host domains.IP based virtual  hosting  [...]

26 01, 2015

How to upgrade to a new kernel version without crashing your Server.

By |January 26th, 2015|Articles, linux, Security, server issues, Server Security|0 Comments

How to upgrade to a new kernel version without crashing your Server. Lets say you are updating your server's kernel manually or installing a custom kernel. Assume that you don't have IPMI (KVM over IP) and you are not sure if your server will boot fine with the new kernel. Such scenarios are a nightmare for any [...]

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