We recently migrated 2 Cpanel servers to VPS. Most things migrated properly and without incident. However, Mailman mailing lists were the exception. Mailing lists appear to have migrated properly, as they show up under WHM and Cpanel and usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/bin/list_lists However, when cpanel user clicks Manage link, the following message appears: cpanel1.hosting.com mailing lists – Admin […]
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…er web server performance in today’s Internet climate. Popular sites that do not have a solid security and load balancing strategy are subject to crippling traffic from the Internet’s millions of malicious and compromised servers and personal computers. Reconfigured Apache web server, PHP and MySQL to better utilize the server’s horsepower. Cpanel’s efault Apache and […]
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…tpd/conf.d/phpMyAdmin.conf Allow all incoming hosts for a web hosting server, or only allow hosts you require: localhost, your local workstation, etc.) For a hosting server with open access, you should have a login failure daemon to block offending IP addresses with multiple failed HTTP logins. ConfigServer Firewall works well, and has modules for cPanel and […]
…ernel level. Doing so will prevent the majority of attacks that Fail2Ban config will have to deal with. Do this: Linux kernel sysctl hardening. Prior to learning those trix, I had solely relied upon ConfigServer Security and Firewall (CSF) to block malicious attacks. Heading those off at the kernel level is much more efficient. I’m […]