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Web Developer from Kent in England.


Jun
29
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Feb
11
comment Internet Explorer SSL use causes segfault - Apache httpd SIGSEGV in apr_uri_parse
Downgraded Apache to 2.2.26, not the best solution, hopefully it's gone in the next version.
Dec
10
asked Internet Explorer SSL use causes segfault - Apache httpd SIGSEGV in apr_uri_parse
Mar
7
revised Preventing - Large Number of Failed Login Attempts from IP
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Mar
7
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Mar
7
comment Preventing - Large Number of Failed Login Attempts from IP
The above reject rule doesn't seem to work? It just blocks everything including the allowed ip in the first rule?
Mar
1
answered Preventing - Large Number of Failed Login Attempts from IP
Feb
27
comment Preventing - Large Number of Failed Login Attempts from IP
As I only need one ip for SSH I'm considering iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -s 1.1.1.1 --dport 22 -j ACCEPT would this be the best solution?
Feb
27
comment Preventing - Large Number of Failed Login Attempts from IP
Is that not the same as cphulk?
Feb
22
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Feb
22
revised Preventing - Large Number of Failed Login Attempts from IP
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Feb
20
comment CentOS system emails fail
@DavidSchwartz server support "We don't provide any specific email services for dedicated servers."
Feb
20
comment CentOS system emails fail
@DavidSchwartz It's a VPS so I've just been using the standard settings in whm etc, how do you do it a different way, any tutorials?
Feb
20
accepted CentOS system emails fail
Feb
18
comment CentOS system emails fail
@HTTP500 at the moment most email settings are as default, it's using Dovecot
Feb
18
comment CentOS system emails fail
How do you provide this authentication when the emails are being sent from within whm?
Feb
18
asked CentOS system emails fail
Dec
9
comment Is this entry in error_log a security issue? - File does not exist: /usr/local/apache/htdocs/files
No webpages have moved or changed their location though, seems quite strange? Should all sites have a standard 404 not found page?
Dec
9
asked Is this entry in error_log a security issue? - File does not exist: /usr/local/apache/htdocs/files
Dec
3
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