How to fix for DoS vulnerability in BIND DNS service? Linux

BIND DNS servers versions 9.1.0 to 9.9.7-P1 and 9.10.2-P2 allows remote attacker to exploit an error in handling TKEY queries to launch a Denial of Service (DoS) attack resulting in BIND DNS server to crash. You should consider patching if the cPanel/WHM, Odin Plesk or DirectAdmin servers are not patched. There is no work around... Continue Reading Continue Reading

How to protect your cPanel/WHM server from SSLv3 POODLE vulnerability? cPanel / WHM

Browsers like Firefox and IE reported that SSLv3 is disabled. OpenSSL provides fixes for SSLv3 for major distros. The SSL 3.0 vulnerability through a man-in-the-middle attack can allow an attacker to break into a secure session. The fix is to disable the CBC ciphers in the cPanel/WHM The below script checks the cPanel/WHM server is... Continue Reading Continue Reading

How To Prevent Spoofed Emails Going Out From Your CPanel / WHM Server? cPanel / WHM

This results in email bounces, failure messages from these emails return to the server’s mail queue and fill it up. At Velan, cutting down spoofed mail is always a priority for us in cPanel / WHM server management. Continue Reading Continue Reading


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