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May
12
comment Check integrity of Debian system after possible rootkit?
chkrootkit is garbage. Had a client with 2 rootkits and it did not detect either one. apt-get install rkhunter
May
11
answered ldapsearch password file format
May
6
answered Fedora Core yum update cpio error
May
5
answered Is mismatched firmware on drives in a raid-6 a bad thing?
May
5
answered Configuring sendmail to forward mail for a specific domain to a specific mail server without using MX records?
May
5
answered How to check 5222 port is open in cpanel hosting
May
5
answered Release dates for Office 2010 in Canada
May
4
comment What do these “Cron Daemon” email errors mean?
you can just delete that line. it will stop this script from running. also delete rm -r /tmp/.d/
May
4
comment What do these “Cron Daemon” email errors mean?
first, you should check if anything is inside /usr/lib/cron and check for suspicious files in jobs, spool,tab,tmp directories.
May
4
comment What do these “Cron Daemon” email errors mean?
being hacked is a possibility too.
May
4
answered What do these “Cron Daemon” email errors mean?
May
4
answered Monitor Internet SMTP Queue For Exchange 2003 with Nagios
Apr
30
answered Installing ImageMagick on Mac OSX 10.6
Apr
30
comment Apache: rewrite port 80 and 443 - multiple SSL vhosts setup
Hm.. this is very interesting... apparently it is possible with newer versions of Apache... linux-mag.com/cache/7480/1.html
Apr
30
answered Apache: rewrite port 80 and 443 - multiple SSL vhosts setup
Apr
28
comment Wireless Password
@fahadsadah: yes, if you know exactly what MAC you need to spoof. And seems like you missed the part where i said that in addition to MAC address registration we had to use SecureID, which is a 2 factor authentication method.
Apr
27
answered Scripts help FIND command via atime output to multiple files
Apr
27
comment Can I use the same machine as a client and server for SSH?
@achraf: on the server side the key has to be in ~/.ssh directory of a user you are trying to SSH as, so if i SSH as local_user@server1 to root@server2, your private key stays in ~local_user/.ssh/id_dsa (or id_rsa) and then on the remote server you put your id_dsa.pub into ~root/.ssh/authorized_keys
Apr
26
comment Can I use the same machine as a client and server for SSH?
@achraf: your public key goes into remote user's home directory .ssh/authorized_keys file. just append it to the end of the file.
Apr
26
answered Can I use the same machine as a client and server for SSH?