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Does root have SFTP access? Can you sftp root@remote? If so, you should be able to download the /etc/sshd/sshd_config from the remote to your local machine, fix it, and push the corrected version back.
Is this a server you setup, or is it something a hosting provider supplied? If the hosting provider supplied it, do they offer a method of installing Webmin? If not, what exactly did you change in your SSH configuration?
You can use yum to accomplish this. [root@insomnia ~]# yum deplist php-soap Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: mirrors.greenmountainaccess.net * epel: mirror.metrocast.net * extras: mirror.rackspace.com * updates: mirror.lug.udel.edu package: php-soap.x86_64 5.4.16-21.el7 dependency: ...
Will updating PHP on my Ubuntu server prevent the Mayhem Malware from being able to make it onto the server, prevent it from running, or something else? By my reading of this and a few other things, no. Although PHP is used in the deployment, it is not a vulnerability in the PHP interpreter that's being targeted. It may exploit mistakes in specific ...
I caught one of the PHP "droppers" in a WordPress-like honeypot. The attackers gained access by guessing a password - brute force guessing, no hacks. The PHP is entirely ordinary. It does nothing out of the ordinary, it does not call eval, or preg_replace or even base64_decode. There's really nothing you can do at the PHP level to guard against the code in ...
This may not actually be the case, since LXDE can usually run Gnome programs. It is possible that PHPStorm specifically calls functions only present in KDE and Gnome, but I have found some evidence of users getting JetBrains applications to run in LXDE (see below). It think that KDE and Gnome are only listed as "required" because they are the only ...
If the folder and files are owned by root, you would do well to assign them to another user. Assuming that your username is kis and that your webserver user runs in the group apache2, run the following as root: # chown -R kis:apache2 /var/www/ Additionally, set the directories as permissions 755 and the files as 644: $ cd /var/www/ $ find . -type d -exec ...
PHP extensions can be compiled statically or shared. Static compilation puts the extension directly into PHP (therefore it does not need to be loaded and cannot be unloaded). When using shared compilation --enable-calendar=shared that will create file calendar.so. You can enable or disable it by editing php.ini.
pkg install mod_php5 should take care of it.
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