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May
13
comment MySQL database Int overflow and can’t login in
You don't have to delete it, just move it out of that folder.
May
13
answered Need Help with fixing permissions in mounted Drive
May
13
answered How to hide files starting with dot (.) in FTP
May
13
answered MySQL database Int overflow and can’t login in
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.