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are there any other typical webserver services that might break because of that? No. As long as you correctly configure rules for FTP (if you plan to use it) you'll be fine with allowing ESTABLISHED instead of ESTABLISHED and RELATED


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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 ...


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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 ...


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you are able to ping and ssh to the VM, So I guess it is not a firewall problem, I guess your httpd service isn't running: try to run it using: service httpd start or: /etc/init.d/httpd start httpd should installed on centos by default!!!!, to install httpd you can simply do this on centos: yum install httpd to set the apache service to start on ...


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First thing you'll need to make the website accessible is either your external IP address, or a domain name that points to your external IP Address. If your external IP address is a dynamic IP address then you'll need to go for a domain name provider that supports a dynamic dns client that will update your domain name each time your external IP address ...



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