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comment Understanding & Resolving Web Server Exploits
I actually just checked the "header.php" included by all the files and see the "link rel" lines all have a "?1" after the .css in the HREF. We were compromised months back but hired a company to address it. Is it possible this was added as a backdoor? <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="reset.css?1" />
Sep
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comment Understanding & Resolving Web Server Exploits
Is publicservers.php the problematic file that is making these issues possible or is it with the css files? I have not seen URI's strung together in such a way before, why I am a bit lost looking at these.
Sep
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comment Understanding & Resolving Web Server Exploits
I just appended another to the end of the original message. It looks fairly similar, if also a false positive I could include one of the low/medium threats he provided.
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revised Understanding & Resolving Web Server Exploits
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asked Understanding & Resolving Web Server Exploits
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awarded  Notable Question
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Feb
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comment How to read sFlow?
I am connected to the switch via SSH but the only guide the Network Admin left for me is instructions to null an IP Address. Any idea how to shut off a port from a Brocade switch?
Feb
5
comment How to read sFlow?
Really just trying to figure out what IP this traffic is coming from so I can null-route it for now. When I click the switch in PRTG it shows that its coming from GigabitEthernet1/2/1 but I have no idea what that is. Our network engineer whose not available at the moment has shown similar work using these sFlow graphs but I am having trouble interpreting them
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asked How to read sFlow?
Nov
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asked Access Denied to Database Information_Schema
Nov
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comment Import SQL Dump from Command Line
Thanks, that stupid little mistake was it. I guess I flipped it around at some point not realizing it. Getting crap about access denied for information_schema but I will make a new post. Thanks again!
Nov
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accepted Import SQL Dump from Command Line
Nov
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comment Import SQL Dump from Command Line
We purchased some software to run on our primary backup node which I tried to use earlier for a restore over TCP/IP but wasn't having much luck. I opted to just copy it over via FTP and restore, but what sounds like stupidity on my part has resulted in some sitting around twiddling my thumbs during transfers
Nov
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comment Import SQL Dump from Command Line
Thanks, I will give it a try in just a couple minutes. Each time it does this I have to copy the SQL back over from another machine which takes a while at that size. The VPS drive is too small for me to create a backup of it on the Database machine
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asked Import SQL Dump from Command Line
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