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  2. McAfee, Sophos and Avast are among the antivirus software suites impacted. View the full article
  3. A researcher said that millions of records were leaking 300,000 Tap30 drivers' names, ID numbers and phone numbers. View the full article
  4. You're reading Emojis in Email Newsletters: What You Need to Know, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! Emojis have a long history. It began in the 1980s when Scott Fahlman, leader of Common Lisp, introduced to the world the first emoticons. We know them as happy and sad face. There was nothing fancy: just a combination of colon … View the full article
  5. The U.S-focused eGobbler malvertising attacks are exploiting an unpatched Google Chrome bug. View the full article
  6. The flaw could enable an unauthenticated, remote attacker to access the devices, Cisco said. View the full article
  7. The ubiquitous nature of the flaw opens the door for rapidly spreading, crippling cyberattacks. View the full article
  8. Overall Oracle patched 297 flaws across multiple product as part of its April security update. View the full article
  9. Example configurations The following examples explain how to add rules with CSF, APF, and the iptables application. Important: We do not recommend that you use these examples for your personal configurations. Instead, make certain that your firewall rules match the way in which you use cPanel & WHM's services. CentOS 7, CloudLinux™ 7, and Red Hat® Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7 servers have additional requirements. For more information, read the CentOS 7, CloudLinux 7, and RHEL 7 firewall management section below. CSF ConfigServer provides the free WHM plugin CSF, which allows you to modify your iptables rules within WHM. To install CSF, run the following commands as the root user: 1 2 3 4 5 cd /usr/src rm -fv csf.tgz wget https://download.configserver.com/csf.tgz tar -xzf csf.tgz cd csf && ./install.sh To configure CSF, use WHM's ConfigServer & Firewall interface (Home >> Plugins >> ConfigServer & Firewall). Note: For more information about how to install and use CSF, visit the CSF website. APF APF acts as a front-end interface for the iptables application, and allows you to open or close ports without the use of the iptables syntax. The following example includes two rules that you can add to the /etc/apf/conf.apf file in order to allow HTTP and HTTPS access to your system: 1 2 3 # Common ingress (inbound) TCP ports IG_TCP_CPORTS="80,443″# Common egress (outbound) TCP ports EG_TCP_CPORTS="80″ Note: For more information about APF, visit the APF site. iptables The iptables application offers more customization options for your packet filtering rules. This application requires that you understand the TCP/IP stack. The following example includes iptables rules for HTTP traffic on port 80: Note: This example assumes that a DMZ exists on eth0 for the port, and the broadcast IP address. 1 2 $IPTABLES -A FORWARD -p TCP -i -o eth0 -d -dport 80 -j allowed $IPTABLES -A FORWARD -p ICMP -i -o eth0 -d -j icmp_packets Note: For more information about the use of iptables, visit the iptables site, or run the man iptables command from the command line. CentOS 7, CloudLinux 7, and RHEL 7 firewall management Servers that run the CentOS 7, CloudLinux 7, and RHEL 7 operating systems require that you use the firewalld daemon. Important: We recommend that you only use the firewall utilities on CentOS 7, CloudLinux 7, and RHEL 7 servers. Note: For more information about the firewall utilities and the firewalld daemon, read Red Hat's Using Firewalls documentation. The cpanel service Important: The /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/configure_firewall_for_cpanel script clears all existing entries from the iptablesapplication. If you use custom rules for your firewall, export those rules before you run the script and then re-add them afterward. cPanel & WHM version 11.50 and later also includes the cpanel service, which manages all of the rules in the /etc/firewalld/services/cpanel.xml file. This allows TCP access for the server's ports. To replace your existing iptables rules with the rules in the /etc/firewalld/services/cpanel.xml file, perform the following steps: Run the yum install firewalld command to ensure that your system has firewalld installed. Run the systemctl start firewalld.service command to start the firewalld service. Run the systemctl enable firewalld command to start the firewalld service when the server starts. Run the iptables-save > backupfile command to save your existing firewall rules. Run the /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/configure_firewall_for_cpanel script. Run the iptables-restore < backupfile command to incorporate your old firewall rules into the new firewall rules file. https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+to+Configure+Your+Firewall+for+cPanel+Services
  10. Patched just last week, the Windows kernel bug is being used for full system takeover. View the full article
  11. You're reading 10 Top WordPress Plugins You Can Use to Improve Your Websites, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! WordPress plugins are very important. They are to your website designs what cheese, sour cream, and bacon bits are to a baked potato. They can turn the so-so into the extraordinary. They can produce features for your website that might … View the full article
  12. Business users of Cisco, F5 Networks, Palo Alto Networks and Pulse Secure platforms are impacted, according the U.S. government. View the full article
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  14. IPS Community Suite 4.4.2 Released 03/28/2019 Key Changes Version 4.4.2 is a small maintenance update to fix issues reported since 4.4.1. Additional Information Core Adjusted the AdminCP live search to look for search strings within the name and email address (instead of only at the beginning) for sites with less than 1,000,000 members. Improved error reporting for unexpected exceptions in some cases when manually running tasks. Upgraded CKEditor to 4.11.3. Added some AdminCP live search keywords for the Icons & Logos page. Adjusted search results processing to automatically clear out invalid results when detected. Adjusted comment and item widgets to restrict by the last year to prevent slow performance. Fixed an issue where the leaderboard may not correctly rebuild. Fixed an issue where searched terms may not be highlighted on the search results page when using Elasticsearch. Fixed being unable to reach the last page of search results with Elasticsearch. Fixed an issue where users could encounter an error by logging in with a new social account after already associating with a social account. Fixed mobile PWA manifest file not being accessible to guests when guests are required to login to use the site. Fixed an issue where javascript would not load due to a bug in the 3rd party Howler library. Fixed an issue where the prune members background task may stall if it encounters a staff account. Fixed an issue where email link tracking may not apply to all bulk mails sent. Fixed an edge case issue where it was possible for the lazy load rebuild to affect embedded videos. Fixed an upgrade issue that can occur if you have more than one of the same email address specified for upgrade notifications. Fixed an issue where imported members accounts were not marked as completed. Fixed an issue where changing the warning type on the warning form would not toggle the 'remove points never' checkbox to the correct value Fixed an issue where profile fields display HTML code when applying custom formatting. Fixed an issue where the upgrader could link to an incorrect theme when reporting theme conflicts. Fixed an issue with the upgrade now link on the front-end notification banner. Fixed an issue where the display name filter wouldn't store the "either" option. Fixed images with uppercase extensions not launching the lightbox correctly. Fixed an issue where page styling is lost temporarily when clicking "Check Again" on the support tool in the AdminCP. Fixed an issue with comment widgets where editing them may not show the correctly selected date range. Core REST API Fixed an error adding a member to a club through the REST API. Forums Excluded archived topics from email digests. Fixed an issue where post counts for forums may be incorrect if archiving is used. Fixed an issue where merging two topics may show the topic at the wrong position in the forum listing. Prevented a possible infinite redirect problem when merging two topics simultaneously with each other. Applied group name formatting to member names in topics when viewed on a phone. Removed redirect forums from fluid view. Gallery Fixed an error upgrading Gallery when there are orphaned albums. Blog Fixed guests being able to post comments without permission to do so. Fixed blog entry ratings not displaying. Fixed a minor display issue with blog ratings and tags when viewing blog entries. Commerce Improved the display and functionality of non-recurring subscription packages. Improved security of public endpoints that receive webhooks and other notifications from gateways. Fixed an issue where guests who cannot view the site cannot register if a subscription is required to be purchased during registration. Fixed not being able to check out through Braintree purchasing a subscription while using a credit card. Fixed upgrading of expired purchases resulting in account credit being issued. Fixed an issue where creating a subscription without renewal options would result in a error. Fixed an issue where deleting a subscription wouldn't delete the cover image. Fixed an issue where the recount background task would fail. Pages Fixed an issue where the record revision list would show the same diff for each revision Fixed an HTML validation error with record comments. Downloads Fixed being unable to submit multiple files at once. Converter Fixed an issue where Javascript/HTML may be stripped from code boxes in vB5. Fixed an issue where some data may not be converted when converting from SMF, Vanilla, ExpressionEngine. Fixed an issue where some converters may not be available for use (bbPress, Coppermine). Fixed an issue with SMF conversions where forums may not allow new posts following the conversion. Pages Fixed guests being able to submit articles without permission to do so. Changes affecting third-party developers and designers Fixed an ErrorException occurring when a user receives their first PM during the instantNotifications AJAX polling. Adjusted the `Content\Item::_comments()` queries to not cause a MySQL Error when 3rd party code hooks into Comment::joins to add additional joins. Fixed an issue where `\IPS\Lang::replace` would change non-string values into an empty string
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  16. Yet another Wordpress plugin, Yellow Pencil Visual Theme Customizer, is being exploited in the wild after two software vulnerabilities were discovered. View the full article
  17. A vulnerability in the Yuzo Related Posts WordPress plugin, used by 60,000 websites, is being exploited in the wild. View the full article
  18. Overall Intel patched four vulnerabilities, including high-severity flaws in its Media SDK and Intel NUC mini PC. View the full article
  19. You're reading Static Pages – Upload Static HTML Pages to WordPress, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! Static Pages allows you to publish any static page on a WordPress website with any URL in a matter of seconds. And it is perfect for SEO. Do you want to improve sales by adding a beautiful landing page for … View the full article
  20. During its regularly scheduled April security update, Adobe overall issued 43 patches, including ones for 24 critical vulnerabilities in eight of its products. View the full article
  21. While auditing email accounts in my cPanel I noticed that the space usage on some accounts, especially the default email account is not updated. I checked the mailbox of my default email account via Webmail and noticed nothing there. Then, how it’s showing some MB of space usage in cPanel? I decided to check the back end for any hidden files/folders which causing this issue. I checked the cur, new, tmp, .Trash and .Send folders in its mail directory (/home/username/mail/) and cleared those directories, restarted the cPanel. And nothing changed on cPanel. The size usage for the default email account still showing the same disk space usage. This might be due to the cPanel configuration problem or due to any mess up happened while running the default cPanel scripts to check and update the disk space usage of all the cPanel accounts. We can update it manually. I found the following solution for this disk usage problem on default email account. Please do the following steps to fix it. Method I (This will fix this problem) Step 1 : SSH to server as root user. # ssh root@host Step 2 : Execute the following script: # /scripts/generate_maildirsize --confirm --allaccounts --verbose cpaneluser Replace “cpaneluser” with the cPanel user name. For example: # /scripts/generate_maildirsize --confirm --allaccounts --verbose crybit2012 Here crybit2012 is the user name for that cPanel account. That’s it! Just login into the cPanel once again and check the disk usage now. Method II (If the above method did not work) If the above method did not help, you can use the following steps: Step 1 : SSH to server as root user. Step 2 : Locate the following files email_accounts.yaml and email_accounts.cache and clear/delete. Now check the disk space usage of the email accounts in cPanel and verify that the disk space usage is showing correctly. Please check it and let me know if you have any questions. https://www.crybit.com/email-accounts-disk-space-usage/
  22. A high-severity flaw in the Verizon Fios Quantum Gateway, used in millions of U.S. homes, could allow for command injection. View the full article
  23. You're reading Free File Uploader Scripts for Websites, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! Do you know that each second almost 1,000 photos are uploaded to Instagram? It means that when you finish reading this article, Instagram will become richer by nearly 200,000 pictures. And that is just one platform. With this passion for … View the full article
  24. Consumer router models allowed authenticated users to take unrestricted remote control over TL-WR940N and TL-WR941ND routers. View the full article
  25. Cisco repatched its RV320 and RV325 routers against two high-severity vulnerabilities, but at the same time reported two new medium-severity bugs with no fixes. View the full article
  26. Three waves of DNS hijacking attacks against consumer routers have been linked back to Google Cloud Platform abuse. View the full article
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