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I’ve noticed recently that a new install of CSF won’t have statistics enabled by default.  Here’s how to enable them…

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I’ve run into this a couple times – where I’ll spin up a CentOS/cPanel machine, then run a cpupdate (/scripts/upcp) to get cpanel up to date.  I’ll then go into the configserver firewall settings and receive either a 500 internal server error or 404 not found error. Continue Reading…

You have CSF installed and use the GUI to do most things.  (If you don’t have it installed yet, you can read our article on how to install csf).  BUT – knowing the csf (ConfigServer Firewall) flags will help you to quickly get things done via command line – instead of loading up the GUI every single time.
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If you don’t have a need for certain international visitors to your Linux server, its easy to block them out!  First, you’ll need to make sure that CSF is installed.  You can follow our guide on installing csf to get this accomplished.  Once that’s done, read on to block access from Russia, China, etc.. Continue Reading…