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If you’re running WHM/cpanel and want to run a scan on every user manually, perhaps when first installing ClamAV, you’ll want to run this command which is endorsed by cPanel themselves. Continue Reading…

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…

One thing you’ll probably run into sometime is changing the hostname and IP address of a cPanel machine.. whether you’re cloning it for a quick start or if you’ve taken it over.. moving it to a different datacenter, etc..

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Yesterday, I wrote an article on how to block certain countries from your server using csf. This will block them from accessing your server on any port. You can, however use mod_geoip if you’d like to block them from accessing your web site(s). You might want to do this if the csf approach creates too many iptables rules for your server to handle. Continue Reading…