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    How to block single IP address or range of IP addresses from Windows Firewall 2008 ?

    Following article will assist you to block single IP address or a range of IP addresses in default firewall of Windows Server 2008 R2 OS. Login to your VPS via RDP. Click on Start >> Administrative Tools >> Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. From the left pane of Firewall window, click on the Inbound Rules option. […]

    How to allow remote access to MySQL server

    If you have installed MySQL server fresh, the MySQL server binds on local loopback address (i.e., by default. This means that you can access a MySQL server only from the local host, but not from any remote host. You can verify this by running netstat as follows. $ sudo netstat -nap | grep mysql […]

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    Basic iptables Configuration

    It’s always a good idea to setup a local firewall on hosts that are on unprotected networks. The internet “winds” blow harder and harder each day, and it’s only a matter of time before some daemon has an exploit that gets taken advantage of. I use CentOS 5 for all my web servers, and here […]

    A Complete List of Open Source VoIP Software

    Open source VoIP software is a great tool for businesses, not only because it saves thousands of dollars a year in telephony costs, but also because it can be customised according to a specific business’s needs. VoIP software allows businesses to conduct voice conversations across IP-based networks, including voice and video calls, chatting and conferencing. […]

    CentOS 6.4 – help with MySQL on another drive

    CentOS 6.4 – help with MySQL on another drive by TrevorH » 2013/09/06 08:47:09 I haven’t read the article you are following but changing the default mysql data directory will get you into issues with selinux. The best thing to do is to Create a new LVM Logical Volume of the required size Format it […]

    Mobile Bluetooth Hacking:

    Here is a list of what you can do when you have hacked the other phone. Have Fun! Read Messages. (They are no more personal!) Read Contacts. (Check your lover’s phonebook to see what name he/she has saved your name. Hey, please don’t suicide when you see he/she has saved your number as lover no. […]

    HOWTO Install phpMyAdmin in CentOS 5

    I am using CentOS 5 in one of my Virtual Servers and I wanted it to have phpMyAdmin. I tried installing it by doing yum install phpmyadmin but it said No package phpmyadmin available. So I add to add a repo. I discovered that rpmforge repo had this package. To add it, I executed the […]

    How To Completely Removing MySQL Server in CentOS

      This guide is used to re-install MySQL at CentOS (64x) if the 32x version of MySQL gets in conflict with coming updates. May be it’s good idea to backup databases before doing this. How to uninstall MySQL server Step 1: Check list the mysql rpm which is installed on server #rpm -qa | grep […]

    How to retrive vos3000 admin password or reset password

    How to retrive vos3000 admin password or reset password If you forget Vos3000 admin password you don’t need to worry if you know your MySQL root password.Vos3000 store their password in clear text  so you can read the password. This is how to retrive vos3000 admin password Login as root on vos3000 server login to […]

    Resetting the root password for MySQL running on RHEL or CentOS

    I recently had to reset the MySQL root password due to the fact that initializing it the way I assumed it should did not work. The following procedure will work in CentOS/RHEL/Scientific Linux and Fedora. After installing MySQL using # yum install mysql-server I ran the command # mysqladmin -u root password 'new-password' Trying to […]

    Linux Hard Disk Format Command

    Q. I’ve installed a new 250GB SATA hard disk on our office CentOS Linux server. How do I format a hard disk under Linux operating system from a shell prompt? A.. There are total 4 steps involved for hard disk upgrade and installation procedure: Step #1 : Partition the new disk using fdisk command Following […]

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