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cPanel 58 to go EOL soon

cPanel has announced that version 58 will soon go EOL. After July of the present year, version 58 will no longer receive any kind of updates or support. Make sure to check all of your servers running cPanel and verify that they’re all running versions 64 and above.

Critical Samba vulnerability detected

A critical vulnerability has been detected with Samba, affecting versions 3.5 and onwards. If you’re using Samba to easily integrate between remote Unix and Windows environment, you may want to patch the software ASAP. Here are more details of the detected vulnerability: An exploit consisting of just one line of code is enough for an …

How to use RPM in CentOS 7

Looking for CentOS help? Visit our CentOS 7 help and tutorials page. Red Hat Packages Manager – RPM is an open source organization utility for any Red Hat based structures (RHEL, CentOS and Fedora). The utility allows admins as well as users to install, uninstall, update, verify, query and manage the system software package in Linux/Unix/ systems. …

cPanel security update: Horde MySQL to SQLite conversion vulnerability

cPanel has announced a recently discovered vulnerability in the process of converting Horde MySQL to SQLite. The problem arises when the conversion process requires a MySQL password reset. In this scenario, the password is passed to the script as a command line argument, making it visible to attackers in a `ps` process listing. The vulnerability is addressed …

Linux 4.11 notes: update your Arch install

Linux’s newest kernel, 4.11, was released just over 10 days ago. It’s mostly a hardware update, with plenty of new drivers. However, Arch received some updates. If you’re an Arch user, you should look into updating to get all the latest benefits. You can see the full list of modifications here and download the latest …

cPanel version 64 is now stable – here are the highlights

cPanel has announced that version 64 is now considered stable. Here are some of the highlights: API authentication via tokens. cPanel/WHM has traditionally worked with access hashes. If for example you want to connect WHMCS to WHM, you do it via access hash. That will slowly start to change as API tokens are preferred. Entire …