Month: May 2012

Control Panel, CPanel / WHM, Installation, Security

How to install clamd and clamscan on linux server

How to install clamd and clamscan on linux server First check the redhat release and os architecture. cat /etc/redhat-release architecture check uname -i As per you system requirement download the rpm package and install it on the server. http://dag.wieers.com/rpm/FAQ.php#B Once done, then run yum install clamv clamd clamv-devel  

Apache, Control Panel, CPanel / WHM, Security

How to install mod security plugin in WHM

How to install mod security plugin in WHM Go to the below path. cd /usr/local/src Download the below file. wget http://www.configserver.com/free/cmc.tgz Extract that file. tar -xzf cmc.tgz Go into that folder. cd cmc Run the file using the below command. sh install.sh Once done, then access the mod security using WHM.   How to uninstall ...

CPanel / WHM, Installation

How to install litespeed on Linux Server

How to install litespeed on linux server Run the following commands from ssh as root cd /usr/src; curl http://www.litespeedtech.com/packages/cpanel/lsws_whm_plugin_install.sh | sh Once done than login to the WHM Search litespeed and click on it. Complete all the process and enable suexec. Compile PHP with server PHP "Build matching PHP Binary" Then swith to litespeed by ...

Control Panel, Installation, Uncategorized

How to install DirectAdmin on Linux Server

How to install DirectAdmin on Linux Server Go to the below path. cd /usr/local/src Download the setup file using the below command. wget http://www.directadmin.com/setup.sh If permission is incorrect then provide 755 permission to that file. chmod 755 setup.sh Run the setup using the below command. ./setup.sh  

CPanel / WHM, Installation, Security

How to install Brute Force Detection (BFD) on linux server

How to install Brute Force Detection (BFD) on linux server   Brute Force Detection Brute Force Detection is a Free tool that can be used of avoiding brute force attacks over your web hosting UK servers. The main intention of this attack is to gain SSH/Root access to the server by making use of an ...

CPanel / WHM, Installation, Security

How to install and uninstall DDoS Deflate on Linux server

How to install and uninstall DDoS Deflate on Linux server   DDoS Deflate (D)DoS Deflate is a lightweight bash shell script designed to assist in the process of blocking a denial of service attack. It utilizes the command below to create a list of IP addresses connected to the server, along with their total number of ...

CPanel / WHM, Security

How to configure APF to prevent DDOS attack

How to configure APF to prevent DDOS attack Relatively new to APF is the new AntiDOS feature which can be found in: /etc/apf/ad The log file will be located at /var/log/apfados_log so you might want to make note of it and watch it! vi /etc/apf/ad/conf.antidos LP_KLOG="1" IPT_BL="1" USR_ALERT="1" USER = “root” ARIN_ALERT="1" There are various ...

Apache, CPanel / WHM, Security

How to install mod_limitipconn on linux server

How to install mod_limitipconn on server To set per IP connections limit on  server we are using mod_limitipconn. This can be a very useful tool, as it could help in lowering the load on your server due to someone connecting too many times from the same IP.   To set the IP limit on the server using mod_security. ...

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Command to check the reboot date and time on Linux server

Command to check the reboot date and time on Linux server [email protected] [/]# who -b system boot 2012-04-24 09:04 [email protected] [/]# last reboot | head -1 reboot system boot 2.6.18-308.1.1.e Tue Apr 24 09:04 (9+22:24) [email protected] [/]# [email protected] [/]# last -x|grep shutdown | head -1 shutdown system down 2.6.18-308.1.1.e Tue Apr 24 09:04 - 07:30 ...

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How to check PERL module installed on the linux server

How to check PERL module installed on the linux server Run the below command to check Perl modules installed. [email protected] [~]# instmodsh It will show below output. [email protected] [~]# instmodsh Available commands are: l - List all installed modules m <module> - Select a module q - Quit the program cmd? l Installed modules are: ...