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Jan
1
comment Security measures of Linux 'certificate store'
@AdityaBasu Great! SElinux is oft maligned, but it really is very good.
Jan
1
comment Security measures of Linux 'certificate store'
The root user can manipulate selinux attributes if in the correct user role / context. User switching methods generally leave the selinux user roles alone, so one must also have the selinux privileges required to move their user role towards the administrative one (on my system at least, sysadm_r). If your selinux policies are set correctly, even root will not be able to change the extended attributes from the user_r context.
Dec
26
comment sftp not working, but ssh is working
Sounds like an issue in filezilla. Are you definitely connecting using SFTP and not FTPS?
Nov
27
comment Nginx configuration is catching all subdomains without a wildcard, how to fix?
@drifter104 that paradigm only holds on debian-based installs of Nginx. By default Nginx does not config like that
Nov
27
answered Can Nginx 1.8.0 use SSL when installed from PPA?
Nov
24
answered About monitoring a server (and a HTTP status of 200)
Nov
18
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May
22
comment why my nat iptables rules dont work with marked packets?
What are you trying to accomplish here?
May
22
answered Got blocked by server after starting TCP nodejs sever. Why?
May
22
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Feb
6
comment Can't grant MySQL privileges to Debian system maintenance user
What happens if you dpkg-reconfigure mysql-server?
Jan
17
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Jan
16
answered is webmail db acessable through ftp
Jan
8
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