Monthly Archives: February 2015

27 02, 2015

Webmail interface errors and the Solution to fix the errors.

By |February 27th, 2015|Articles, Cpanel, Mail|0 Comments

cPanel provides three standard webmail applications, namely Horde, Roundcube, and SquirrelMail. I would like to explain two errors which we face during sending mails from the Email web interface applications and the solution to fix the errors. 1 Roundcube Webmail “An error occurred” If you came around the error “Unexpected condition from IMAP server, closed [...]

26 02, 2015

Protect WordPress from Brute force

By |February 26th, 2015|Apache, Articles, Security, Wordpress|0 Comments

About WordPress WordPress is a complete blogging platform. It is made highly customizable and easy to develope the website. It is a popular publishing platform which is well known due to its robust features, numerous templates, and large support community. However, WordPress is also constantly subject to attempts at exploiting vulnerabilities. One of the important [...]

24 02, 2015

What is Smartctl?

By |February 24th, 2015|Articles, server issues, Server Setup, Ubuntu|0 Comments

SMART is a disk health monitoring and health checking utility. Also, it provides information about various parameters of the hard disk Most of the hard disks supports SMART feature. SMART work with IDE/ATA, SATA and SCSI hard disks. The Smartctl utility can be installed on Ubuntu server using the following command sudo apt-get install smartmontools. [...]

23 02, 2015

Setting UP an OpenVPN server and Client

By |February 23rd, 2015|Networking, server issues, Server Load, Server Setup, VPN|0 Comments

There are lots of services in your organization which will be implemented for e.g., email and web services and delivering those services to your users and customers. Some services are simply easier to deliver locally (e.g., file and print services). If your users are not located locally, then it would need to connect the users [...]

22 02, 2015

How to resolve the error “A network error occurred while sending your login request” in Litespeed servers?

By |February 22nd, 2015|Apache, Cpanel, Http, Networking, Web|0 Comments

While login to or sometime you may get an error in Litespeed servers: “A network error occurred while sending your login request. Please try again. If this condition persists, contact your network service provider.” The problem seems to be that Litespeed is not correctly proxying the https://cpanel.<domain> requests to thecpanelbackend. It is an [...]

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