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Jul
18
comment VPN into private network?
@MadHatter Please read the explanation, this isn't against our network policy.
Jul
17
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Jul
17
accepted VPN into private network?
Jul
16
comment VPN into private network?
8888 & RDP standard port
Jul
16
comment VPN into private network?
We have a CentOS machine on a public network (we have control over) and a Windows machine on the inside network.
Jul
16
comment VPN into private network?
It is a temporary solution to provide a POC to justify off-site hosting. If you you are able to provide a simple guide or link to a resource in an answer I could accept it?
Jul
16
comment VPN into private network?
@RobbieMckennie Does this allow both directions of data flow? We are trying to expose certain web services publicly (my networking experience is limited).
Jul
16
comment VPN into private network?
@RobbieMckennie That is indeed what I am trying to tell you. I am unable to change NAT settings because we do not have access to the router in control of that.
Jul
16
comment VPN into private network?
We do not have access to the layer above our router which is the final point before WAN access. It is rented office space so we are on a shared network (worth mentioning that this isn't against the network policy).
Jul
16
asked VPN into private network?
Feb
10
comment Apache compromised now high cpu usage?
Thanks David, the problem is finding the scripts that are compromised, I have no place to start.
Feb
10
revised Apache compromised now high cpu usage?
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Feb
10
comment Apache compromised now high cpu usage?
The problem is, if it is only limited to some dodgy PHP scripts (which I it's looking like it is, then when I reformat the machine and copy over the sites again it'll just start back up.
Feb
10
asked Apache compromised now high cpu usage?
Nov
8
comment I deleted /etc/passwd yesterday and I am having problems with SendMail today
I have it working through CLI now but I am getting Nov 8 16:46:04 jbrunton sendmail[3094]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(UID48): can not write to queue directory /var/spool/clientmqueue/ (RunAsGid=0, required=51): Permission denied when sending through PHP.
Nov
8
revised I deleted /etc/passwd yesterday and I am having problems with SendMail today
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Nov
8
comment I deleted /etc/passwd yesterday and I am having problems with SendMail today
It's a no go, error posted in original post.
Nov
8
revised I deleted /etc/passwd yesterday and I am having problems with SendMail today
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Nov
8
comment I deleted /etc/passwd yesterday and I am having problems with SendMail today
Yes I have it is in the original post.
Nov
8
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