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Apache: How do i point /cgi-bin to /cgi-bin/index.pl? [on hold]

How do i point /cgi-bin to /cgi-bin/index.pl just like index.html is loaded to DocumentRoot ? I tried DirectoryIndex index.pl on the cgi dir but it does not work. <VirtualHost *:80> ...
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Google Analytics real-time data into a 'top' like CLI

Does anyone know of a project or set of scripts that attempts to bring Google Analytics data to the command line? What I dream about is a "top" like application that lets me monitor Google Analytics ...
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Lean but effective linux IDS / IPS / WAF? [closed]

I'm looking for a lean but effective IDS/IDP/WAF solution for my tiny VPS webserver. Currently I already use iptables and psad but a lot of the web server scanning attempts slip through. I use ngingx ...
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Immediate Effect of Update Domain Name Server

For changing the Hosting of any domain we have to update the name server of domain and it took approx 24 hours to reflect the changes on domain of new hosting. My question is that , Is this possible ...
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Possible web server attack via iPhone?

We are running IIS web server and hosting mobile web site which is targeted to mobile users. 95% of the time the site is accessed via mobile devices, 5% via desktop machines. Now, from time to time we ...
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What do I need to configure to access a web app deployed on a remote server?

I have deployed a web app to IIS 7 on a remote (intranet, on domain) server. I believe if I use the IP address of that server as the host name in the app's URL, I shouldn't need any DNS or other ...
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Can't download files on Android from Server 2012 Remote Web Access

seem to be having an issue that I can't find anyone else having. I have two servers, one with Windows Server 2012 Essentials, and the other SBS 2011. Employees like using Remote Web Access to log in ...
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apache2 mod ssl does not respond to wan request

WAN =====> router (interface WAN1 setup with my public ip) ==> NAT incoming 443 connection to ====> Apache2 Web server apache2 is configured with one virtual host on port listening on mysite.com on ...
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Windows Internet shortcut with embedded username:password [closed]

URLs of form http://username:password@example.com:80/ work fine in the address bar of any browser I tried, yet when I create a shortcut in Windows and try to launch it, it says it cannot find the ...
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153 views

Getting Fatal Errors in Nginx to Be Shown in the Browser

While developing I'm getting blank pages in my browser whenever I create a fatal error in PHP with a typo or just my bad programming ;). It's super annoying for me to have to view the raw nginx error ...
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nginx Request line too large

I'm getting the error: Bad Request Request Line is too large (6060 > 4094) When I access the a specific url on my server like this: /api/categorize?packages=package1,package2,...packageN On ...
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Suspected server or data vulnerability and reporting a fraud site

Our business is YouGotaGift.com, an online store for gift cards, two days ago someone created a website that's called YoGotaGift.com (You is missing the u), and sent a mail campaign to many people ...
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What can cause increase in “time spent on php”

While monitoring a traffic decrease in the last couple of hours, I've noticed a hugh increase in 'time spent on php' through newrelic: Not sure how/where to start debug this. The requests-per-min ...
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Interdependence Software (servers schema of a company)

In the web world, so many little things can break a website (updating a library, a code, etc..). We've got in our company this problem to not check enough what can happened after doing an update). ...
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Is it best practice to have mail sent from the root domain when the service is accessed via a subdomain name?

Running an outward facing server for contractors who's hostname is sub.example.com. The service needs to send mail to the contractors for various reasons (new projects, login details, etc). I have no ...
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FTP/FTPS/SFTP/SCP - Speed comparison [closed]

How do FTP, FTPS, SFTP, and SCP compare in terms of transfer rate and how can I compare them through testing?
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Is mac address based security for single user Web Application a good idea?

I made my first web application dedicated to a single user. Being a system administrator it would be simpler for me to lockdown security on the operating system side rather than on the session side. ...
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73 views

web server redundancy in case of network failure

I have a (web) server at a datacenter, which at times (as all datacenters do) has network failures (for like 10-30 minutes). I have a second server at a different company (datacenter) which I could ...
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146 views

ScanSafe marks site as virus

Recently I moved my site from DSL line to Azure VM and just yesterday one of the users reported that the site has been marked as unsafe ("Reputation-Viruses") by ScanSafe. Do you know whether it is ...
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Tacacs plus user activity analyzer

I am using FreeBSD 8, and setup tac_plus-F4.0.4.19. I want to analyse user activity to see what command they have run on a specific NAS or what command they run on a specific date. My purpose is ...
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What is meant by root in regards to website hosting? [closed]

I apologise in advance if this is a silly or easy question but I really need an answer ASAP. I have been asked to make some simple modification to a web page for a client. They already have a website ...
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When Should I Stop/Start an IIS Application Pool?

I was told that every time I refresh our web site, either individual pages or the entire site, I should first stop the application pool, update my website file or files, then start the application ...
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web folder release script swap

I am looking to have three web folders one would serve as a backup and rollback and one for testing new releases. /var/web/project /var/web/project_test /var/web/project_backup Say I upload my ...
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71 views

Jetty - java.lang.IllegalStateException: zip file closed

I'm getting some error with some connection to our web server. We are getting this error randomly: java.lang.IllegalStateException: zip file closed at ...
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Is having a SSD versus a HDD a good idea for Web Server?

I was looking to swap out my 2x500gb HDD on my web server (just runs apache+php on centos minimal nothing else) with 2x120gb (samsung 840 pros I can find them for about $70 on sale each). But I was ...
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Caching response from an authenticated API

I'm hoping to start work on a REST API to be used internally, it will require authentication, probably just using HTTP basic auth, but in many cases all that will be used for is verifying that the ...
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ipv6 transparent proxy usage using apache benchmark(ab) apache2-utils-2.2.22

Would anybody please provide any hints on why the ab is failing work on ipv6 client/server configuration, while ipv4 is working good ? Thanks in advance == Client configuration: Apache benchmark ...
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Dell PowerEdge server crashed, how to repair? What happened? Information inside

I am currently in high school and run our school's website. This summer, our SysAdmin was diagnosed with cancer, and he went off for treatment, so I have been thrown into an interesting situation. ...
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Advice on root account and ports ubuntu server

I've recently launched a website that's only been online 2 days, just checked the auth.log and already there are multiple login attempts being made from an IP based in Asia. I've changed my own user ...
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133 views

Why does curl give a different response for $_SERVER['REQUESTI_URI'] than browsers?

I have a simple test PHP page: <?php echo $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . '<br/>'; echo $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']; ?> When I access this page with a browser (I've tested chrome, and links) it ...
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Possible to set up multiple virtual hosts on IP based server?

I currently have a web development staging environment set up on an IP based apache web server. There is no domain associated with it. So, it can only be accessed by typing in the IP for the URL ...
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646 views

Apache not automatically starting after a reboot of a Scientific Linux Vagrant Box

Every time I reboot my Scientific Linux box, I have the problem that it is not starting the Apache Web Server (httpd). I have to do it manually with this code: [vagrant@magento ~]$ sudo service ...
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How to run Linux system commands from web interface?

I'm looking for a clean and secure way to run specific Linux system commands from a web interface. Let's say I would like to sudo -u differentuser ping 0.0.0.0. The IP address is supplied by user in ...
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is there difference in hosting application within default website and outside default website(as a separate website)

I use IIS 7.5 I hosted a web application (windows authenticated) within default Website server details server name : kevserver domain name : kserver-dev.com I logged in to the server with my creds ...
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Intel RAID Web Console 2 and ESXi 5

I have two ESXi servers with Intel SRCSASBB8I RAID controller. When those server have installed ESXi 4.1 I was able to manage RAID configuration of those server using Intel RAID Web Console 2 running ...
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Setup web terminal access in case ssh crashes [closed]

I would like to setup my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server for a backdoor in case ssh crashes. I would simply connect to the server and restart ssh manually but this is not possible. Contacting the system ...
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Guest access through hotspots (proxies with a ToS to accept) don't consistently work [closed]

I've noticed that certain websites (Facebook) don't reliably initiate a hotspot login when compared to others (google.com). In other words, when a user connects for the first time to a hotspot they ...
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Web Server Becomes Unresponsive - What now [closed]

Im running a VPS with Windows 2008r2 DataCenter, 1 CPU and 2GB RAM. At apparently random intervals the server becomes unresponsive in that I cant access certain websites it hosts - yet others seem to ...
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One hostname and two servers in different countries

I have a site, let it be www.site.com/ (ASP NET MVC, but that's doesn't really matter) I have another site, let it be www.secondsite.vi/ (it hosts in Vietnam). The structure of the sites is the same, ...
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Use Gitolite to deploy to Plesk websites

When I was the only developer in our company, using Git to deploy websites on our Plesk-based test-server was easy; I just did everything as root with a simple post-receive hook. Now that we have ...
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NGINX — serve static files within location

I'm trying to setup a virtual location in nginx in order to serve large static files from a directory. The main app is a symfony2 program. What I would like to do is having an url where you could ...
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What is a good, HTTP[S] proxy that is customizable in Python? [closed]

Trying to find a good HTTP proxy that I can customize with Python. Hopefully, this proxy library or application would allow me to add custom plugins for the request / response cycle - particularly a ...
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132 views

Parse Apache logfile and ban IPs

My server is under attack, it is flooded with request with the following pattern: Thousands of IPs Each IP request the same page "GET / HTTP/1.1" with the same referrer 3-5 times per second (same ...
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installing SSL certs on apache … what certs to use?

Im an intermediate Linux user and got assigned the task to make Apache run https connections. Currently running centOS 6 and my problem is following: installed mod_ssl and tried to set up paths ...
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436 views

Web server not accessible to other systems on LAN

I'm trying to test a web site being served via nginx on my Mac. Things work just fine accessing the server on that same Mac, but when I try to get to it from a couple of Windows machines on the same ...
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GPO: Restrict WEB acess for users

I'm trying to restrict the web acess to some users using GPO but i'm encountering a problem. I have windows Server 2003 and the clients are XP. I enable the content rating on GPO with the approved ...
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Effect of latency on page load

What effect can a latency of 100 ms have on a page load time? If a 100 KB file is served from two locations with latencies of 100ms and 200ms respectively, will the difference in load time be just ...
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How to lock down internet use on server 2003

I have a bunch of users that need to use the internet but I want to limit what websites they can get too. I know u can go to IE and just select the diffrent websites but my users also use fire fox ...
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Building a web server cluster, how? [closed]

I am a student in IT and I have been asked to build a web server cluster for multiple websites. After 2 weeks of searching, reading and testing, I came here to ask for help. What we want is a cluster ...
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333 views

How does Nginx reverse proxy cache work?

I don't understand how a reverse proxy with caching works. Let's assume that the cache is empty. User1 loads index.php (dynamic content). There's no cache, so Nginx queries the php file. The server ...