Caching seems to be the new trend. But aside from all the marketing, itâ€™s really a lot more than that. If you donâ€™t have the money to buy those lovely Zend products, you might find yourself turning to the world of Open Source (again). And viola! Youâ€™ll be helped. There are two ways to cache [...]
Lots of programmers like PHP for its ability to code and develop web applications fast. Code-debugging is a lot easier than with PERL or C. However, there is one thing a lot of developers are puzzled about, â€œHow to run PHP Scripts with crontab?â€ Cron is normally available on all Unix and Linux distributions; if [...]
If you need to run the same programs on a regular basis, you may want to check out Window XP’s Scheduled Tasks feature. With Scheduled Tasks, you can run a script, program, or even open a document automatically. You can set it to run every day, weekly or on the days you specify. For example, [...]
JIRA is an issue-tracking project management tool made by Atlassian. It is primarily used by the Second Life open source community and may be referred to as the “Public JIRA”, “PJIRA”, or just “JIRA”, depending on the context. There is a script available to install JIRA on linux system ,Â It will take only 5 [...]
What is PHP-Nuke? PHP-Nuke is a web based automated news publishing and content management system based on PHP and MySQL. The main aim of PHP-Nuke is to allow a webmaster to create a community-based portal, with an automated web site allowing users and editors to post items. Users can comment on these articles using the [...]
Priority: HIGH Impact: Potential for database corruption or malware to be distributed to website visitors. Resolution: Verify blocking policy in web application firewall. Remediate the following web application and database flaws: 1.Â Poor/missing input validation of user-supplied data in the web application. 2.Â Poor/missing output encoding of user-supplied data. 3.Â Improper database permissions and/or SQL query construction. Who: [...]
This says that we have NFS versions 2 and 3, rpc.statd version 1, network lock manager (the service name for rpc.lockd) versions 1, 3, and 4. There are also different service listings depending on whether NFS is travelling over TCP or UDP. Linux systems use UDP by default unless TCP is explicitly requested; however other OSes such as Solaris default to TCP.
This tells Apache that you want to permit files to be parsed for SSI directives. Note that most configurations contain multiple Options directives that can override each other. You will probably need to apply the Options to the specific directory where you want SSI enabled in order to assure that it gets evaluated last.
Protecting against zero day vulnerability exploitation is a matter of great concern for most system administrators. To reduce the impact of a zero day attack, follow best business practices such as: Adopt a deny-all stance on firewalls and perimeter devices that protect internal networks Separate public-facing servers from internal systems Turn off unneeded services and [...]