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  1. KRACK

    KRACK Wi-Fi Vulnerability: Update Every Device & OS. . . Image Source : CommitStrip
  2. How To Migrate Mailboxes Between IMAP Servers With imapsync Version 1.0 Author: Falko Timme This guide explains how you can migrate mailboxes between IMAP servers with imapsync. imapsync is an IMAP synchronisation, sync, copy or migration tool. More than 32 different IMAP server softwares are supported with success. All flags are preserved, unread will stay unread, read will stay read, deleted will stay deleted. I do not issue any guarantee that this will work for you! 1 Preliminary Note I'm using two Debian or Ubuntu servers here (the procedure should be the same for other distributions, only the installation of imapsync will differ): server1.example.com (source) server2.example.com (target) I want to migrate the mailbox sales@example.com (username: sales@example.com, password: secret) on server1.example.com to the mailbox sales@example.com on server2.example.com (username and password are the same as on server1.example.com). 2 Before We Start Before we start, let's take a look at both mailboxes to see what's in them (you can do this with an email client such as Outlook, Thunderbird, or a web-based email client such as SquirrelMail - I'm using SquirrelMail here). server1.example.com: server2.example.com: After the migration, the two messages on server1.example.com should be available on server2.example.com. 3 imapsync Installation It doesn't matter if we install imapsync on server1.example.com or server2.example.com - we can even install it on a third, uninvolved server. aptitude install imapsync To learn about its usage, take a look at man imapsync and imapsync --help 4 Doing The Migration We have to tell imapsync the usernames and passwords of the mail accounts that we want to migrate. Theoretically, we can use the --password1 and --password2 switches for the passwords, but this is dangerous because the passwords would appear in the output of ps aux (So any user who is allowed to run that command would know the passwords.) Therefore it's better to create two files (/etc/secret1 and /etc/secret2 in this example) that contain the passwords (in this example, it's secret for both mail accounts), do a chmod 600 on these files, and use the --passfile1 and --passfile2 switches. echo "secret" > /etc/secret1 echo "secret" > /etc/secret2 chmod 600 /etc/secret1 chmod 600 /etc/secret2 Now we can do the migration with this simple command: imapsync --host1 server1.example.com --user1 sales@example.com --passfile1 /etc/secret2 --host2 server2.example.com --user2 sales@example.com --passfile2 /etc/secret2 Here's a sample output: root@server1:~# imapsync --host1 server1.example.com --user1 sales@example.com --passfile1 /etc/secret2 --host2 server2.example.com --user2 sales@example.com --passfile2 /etc/secret2 $RCSfile: imapsync,v $ $Revision: 1.252 $ $Date: 2008/05/08 02:30:17 $ Here is a [linux] system (Linux server1.example.com 2.6.28-11-server #42-Ubuntu SMP Fri Apr 17 02:45:36 UTC 2009 x86_64) with perl 5.10.0 and the module Mail::IMAPClient version used here is 2.2.9 Command line used : /usr/bin/imapsync --host1 server1.example.com --user1 sales@example.com --passfile1 /etc/secret2 --host2 server2.example.com --user2 sales@example.com --passfile2 /etc/secret2 Turned ON syncinternaldates, will set the internal dates on host2 same as host1. TimeZone :[CEST] Will try to use CRAM-MD5 authentication on host1 Will try to use CRAM-MD5 authentication on host2 From imap server [server1.example.com] port [143] user [sales@example.com] To imap server [server2.example.com] port [143] user [sales@example.com] Banner : * OK [CAPABILITY IMAP4rev1 UIDPLUS CHILDREN NAMESPACE THREAD=ORDEREDSUBJECT THREAD=REFERENCES SORT QUOTA IDLE ACL ACL2=UNION STARTTLS] Courier-IMAP ready. Copyright 1998-2008 Double Precision, Inc. See COPYING for distribution information. Host server1.example.com says it has NO CAPABILITY for AUTHENTICATE CRAM-MD5 Error login : [server1.example.com] with user [sales@example.com] auth [CRAM-MD5]: 3 NO Login failed. Trying LOGIN Auth mechanism on [server1.example.com] with user [sales@example.com] Success login on [server1.example.com] with user [sales@example.com] auth [CRAM-MD5] Banner : * OK [CAPABILITY IMAP4rev1 UIDPLUS CHILDREN NAMESPACE THREAD=ORDEREDSUBJECT THREAD=REFERENCES SORT QUOTA IDLE ACL ACL2=UNION STARTTLS] Courier-IMAP ready. Copyright 1998-2008 Double Precision, Inc. See COPYING for distribution information. Host server2.example.com says it has NO CAPABILITY for AUTHENTICATE CRAM-MD5 Error login : [server2.example.com] with user [sales@example.com] auth [CRAM-MD5]: 3 NO Login failed. Trying LOGIN Auth mechanism on [server2.example.com] with user [sales@example.com] Success login on [server2.example.com] with user [sales@example.com] auth [CRAM-MD5] From capability : QUOTA STARTTLS NAMESPACE IDLE THREAD=ORDEREDSUBJECT ACL SORT UIDPLUS CHILDREN ACL2=UNION IMAP4REV1 THREAD=REFERENCES To capability : QUOTA STARTTLS NAMESPACE IDLE THREAD=ORDEREDSUBJECT ACL SORT UIDPLUS CHILDREN ACL2=UNION IMAP4REV1 THREAD=REFERENCES From state Authenticated To state Authenticated From separator and prefix : [.][INBOX.] To separator and prefix : [.][INBOX.] ++++ Calculating sizes ++++ From Folder [INBOX] Size: 2412 Messages: 2 From Folder [INBOX.Drafts] Size: 0 Messages: 0 From Folder [INBOX.Sent] Size: 0 Messages: 0 From Folder [INBOX.Trash] Size: 0 Messages: 0 Total size: 2412 Total messages: 2 Time : 11 s ++++ Calculating sizes ++++ To Folder [INBOX] Size: 16844 Messages: 6 To Folder [INBOX.Drafts] Size: 0 Messages: 0 To Folder [INBOX.Sent] Size: 0 Messages: 0 To Folder [INBOX.Trash] Size: 0 Messages: 0 Total size: 16844 Total messages: 6 Time : 0 s ++++ Listing folders ++++ From folders list : [INBOX] [INBOX.Drafts] [INBOX.Sent] [INBOX.Trash] To folders list : [INBOX] [INBOX.Drafts] [INBOX.Sent] [INBOX.Trash] ++++ Looping on each folder ++++ From Folder [INBOX] To Folder [INBOX] ++++ From [INBOX] Parse 1 ++++ ++++ To [INBOX] Parse 1 ++++ ++++ Verifying [INBOX] -> [INBOX] ++++ + NO msg #1 [FID6mR7SVC7csdmRce+7PQ:924] in INBOX + Copying msg #1:924 to folder INBOX flags from : [\Seen]["26-May-2009 22:00:59 +0200"] Copied msg id [1] to folder INBOX msg id [7] + NO msg #2 [4lu3SCjZGH2mRuiP1dY7Mw:1488] in INBOX + Copying msg #2:1488 to folder INBOX flags from : [()]["27-May-2009 14:12:59 +0200"] Copied msg id [2] to folder INBOX msg id [8] Time : 0 s From Folder [INBOX.Drafts] To Folder [INBOX.Drafts] ++++ From [INBOX.Drafts] Parse 1 ++++ ++++ To [INBOX.Drafts] Parse 1 ++++ ++++ Verifying [INBOX.Drafts] -> [INBOX.Drafts] ++++ Time : 0 s From Folder [INBOX.Sent] To Folder [INBOX.Sent] ++++ From [INBOX.Sent] Parse 1 ++++ ++++ To [INBOX.Sent] Parse 1 ++++ ++++ Verifying [INBOX.Sent] -> [INBOX.Sent] ++++ Time : 0 s From Folder [INBOX.Trash] To Folder [INBOX.Trash] ++++ From [INBOX.Trash] Parse 1 ++++ ++++ To [INBOX.Trash] Parse 1 ++++ ++++ Verifying [INBOX.Trash] -> [INBOX.Trash] ++++ Time : 1 s ++++ Statistics ++++ Time : 12 sec Messages transferred : 2 Messages skipped : 0 Total bytes transferred: 2412 Total bytes skipped : 0 Total bytes error : 0 Detected 0 errors Please, rate imapsync at http://freshmeat.net/projects/imapsync/ ?Happy with this free, open source and gratis GPL software? Feel free to thank the author by giving him a book: http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1C9UNDIH3P7R7/ (or its paypal account gilles.lamiral@laposte.net) root@server1:~# Afterwards we can delete the two password files: rm -f /etc/secret1 rm -f /etc/secret2 On the target server (server2.example.com), log out of your IMAP account and log back in (a simple refresh might not be enough), and you should see the messages from server1.example.com: server2.example.com: 5 Links imapsync: http://www.linux-france.org/prj/imapsync/ https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-migrate-mailboxes-between-imap-servers-with-imapsync
  3. Mod_pagespeed integrated to EasyApache

    How to install google pagespeed on easyapache 4 - WHM/Cpanel Muhammad Abbas 8 months ago CentOS, EasyApache4, mod_pagespeed In this post, I am going to talk about page spped and installation procedure on easyapache 4 in WHM. First of all you should know benefits of page speed: The PageSpeed modules are open-source server modules that optimize your site automatically. If you haven’t guessed it, this module directly complements Google’s PageSpeed Insights. It’s a great tool for giving you feedback on what can be done to optimize your site. What I’ve found is many of the issues this tool reports back to you can be resolved automatically by the PageSpeed module , Simply by installing it. Google can tell you what needs to be optimized and how to optimize it, so why not let them do it for you? Combine/minify CSS & JavaScript Flatten CSS @imports Optimize images Extend cache Collapse Whitespace Lazily Load Images Move CSS to Head Move CSS Above Scripts Installation Procedure (CentOS): yum install rpm-build cpio ea-apache24-mod_version wget https://github.com/pagespeed/cpanel/raw/master/EA4/ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm rpmbuild --rebuild ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm rpm -ivh /root/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64/ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed*.rpm /etc/init.d/httpd restart or service httpd restart Note: 1- if you get following error on Step 3 : "RPM build errors: File must begin with "/": %{_httpd_moddir}/*.so File must begin with "/": %{_httpd_modconfdir}/*.conf" Just create a file named "macros.apache2" in '/etc/rpm/ directory and paste the below content into that and then restart from step 3. %_httpd_mmn 20120211x8664 %_httpd_apxs /usr/bin/apxs %_httpd_dir /etc/apache2 %_httpd_bindir %{_httpd_dir}/bin %_httpd_modconfdir %{_httpd_dir}/conf.modules.d %_httpd_confdir %{_httpd_dir}/conf.d %_httpd_contentdir /usr/share/apache2 %_httpd_moddir /usr/lib64/apache2/modules 2- you may face following error: "rpmbuild --rebuild ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm Installing ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm error: ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm cannot be installed" Just look at your screen , go 1 step back and check the downloaded file name in some case may be different most of people just run " rpmbuild --rebuild ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm" command but sometimes file name can be different for example may be file saved as ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm.9 so in this case you should change file name in command before running that for above example just add .9 in end of command rpmbuild --rebuild ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm.9 Now Login into your WHM panel > Software > EasyApache4 and look for "mod_pagespeed" option and enable it after that restart apache again and run insight then check your website speed performance! Configuring Google mod_pagespeed The installation script will copy "pagespeed.conf" file into " /usr/local/apache/conf/ " or " /etc/apache2/conf.modules.d" on your server. Please consult the following pages to customize your mod_pagespeed configuration: mod_pagespeed module configuration configuring mod_pagespeed filters For example of the different filters in action and detailed documentation for each, please se https://modpagespeed.com/doc/ https://smartechtips.blogspot.com/2017/02/how-install-google-pagespeed-on.html
  4. Mod_pagespeed integrated to EasyApache

    mod_pagespeed module for CPanel WHM A custom module for CPanel WHM using CPanel Easy Framework - allows easy installation of mod_pagespeed via /scripts/easyapache on command line or through easyapache from WHM web console. Installation instructions If you are using EasyApache4, please follow the below steps to install mod_pagespeed. $> yum install rpm-build cpio ea-apache24-mod_version $> wget https://github.com/pagespeed/cpanel/raw/master/EA4/ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm $> rpmbuild --rebuild ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm $> rpm -ivh /root/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64/ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed*.rpm $> /etc/init.d/httpd restart Below steps only for EA3 users. Clone the installation scripts onto your CPanel server: $> /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin/git clone https://github.com/pagespeed/cpanel.git /tmp/pagespeed/ Create Speed.pm.tar.gz $> cd /tmp/pagespeed/Easy $> tar -zcvf Speed.pm.tar.gz pagespeed $> mkdir -p /var/cpanel/easy/apache/custom_opt_mods/Cpanel/Easy $> mv Speed.pm Speed.pm.tar.gz -t /var/cpanel/easy/apache/custom_opt_mods/Cpanel/Easy/ $> cd && rm -rf /tmp/pagespeed Login into your cPanel WHM > EasyApache and look for "mod_pagespeed" option. Alternatively, you can run the easyapache installer from command line (/scripts/easyapache). Rebuild the Apache server, reboot it, and you're good to go! Updating instructions If you are using EasyApache3, run easyapache to upgrade mod_pagespeed to the latest version. If you are running EasyApache4, follow these steps to upgrade. create file /etc/rpm/macros.apache2 with the following contents %_httpd_mmn 20120211x8664 %_httpd_apxs /usr/bin/apxs %_httpd_dir /etc/apache2 %_httpd_bindir %{_httpd_dir}/bin %_httpd_modconfdir %{_httpd_dir}/conf.modules.d %_httpd_confdir %{_httpd_dir}/conf.d %_httpd_contentdir /usr/share/apache2 %_httpd_moddir /usr/lib64/apache2/modules then run the following commands rm -rf /root/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64/ wget https://github.com/pagespeed/cpanel/raw/master/EA4/ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm rpmbuild --rebuild ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed-latest-stable.src.rpm rpm -Uvh /root/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64/ea-apache24-mod_pagespeed*.rpm /etc/init.d/httpd restart Configuring mod_pagespeed The installation script will copy a default pagespeed.conf file into /usr/local/apache/conf/ on your server. Please consult the following pages to customize your configuration: mod_pagespeed module configuration configuring mod_pagespeed filters For example of the different filters in action and detailed documentation for each, please see modpagespeed.com https://github.com/Prajithp/cPanel_Mod_PageSpeed
  5. Mod_pagespeed integrated to EasyApache

    https://applications.cpanel.net/listings/view/Mod_pagespeed Description: mod_pagespeed module for CPanel WHM. A custom module for CPanel WHM using CPanel Easy Framework – allows easy installation of mod_pagespeed via /scripts/easyapache on command line or through easyapache from WHM web console. Installation instructions Clone the installation scripts onto your CPanel server: {replace0}gt; git clone http://github.com/pagespeed/cpanel.git /var/cpanel/easy/apache/custom_opt_mods/Cpanel/ Create Speed.pm.tar.gz {replace1}gt; cd /var/cpanel/easy/apache/custom_opt_mods/Cpanel/Easy && tar -zcvf Speed.pm.tar.gz pagespeed Login into your cPanel WHM > EasyApache and look for “mod_pagespeed” option. Alternatively, you can run the easyapache installer from command line (/scripts/easyapache). Rebuild the Apache server, reboot it, and you’re good to go! Configuring mod_pagespeed The installation script will copy a default pagespeed.conf file into /usr/local/apache/conf/ on your server. Please consult the following pages to customize your configuration: mod_pagespeed module configuration configuring mod_pagespeed filters For example of the different filters in action and detailed documentation for each, please see modpagespeed.com
  6. As a Server Administrator, I want Mod_pagespeed integrated to EasyApache, so that ??? I would like to get official cPanel support for Google's mod_pagespeed, straight from EasyApache (for example). >> mod_pagespeed is available to download and install as an EasyApache Custom Module. To learn more about using Custom Modules with EasyApache please read our Custom Module documentation. https://features.cpanel.net/topic/mod-pagespeed-integrated-to-easyapache_2
  7. IPS Community Suite 4.2.5

    IPS Community Suite 4.2.5 Released 10/03/2017 This is a security release and we recommend all clients upgrade as soon as possible. Key Changes 4.2.5 is a maintenance release that fixes issues identified in 4.2.4. Additional Information This release addresses an XSS vulnerability. We would like to thank Maverick and Mike for responsibly disclosing the details of this vulnerability to us.
  8. IPS Community Suite 4.2.4

    IPS Community Suite 4.2.4 Released 09/19/2017 This is a security release and we recommend all clients upgrade as soon as possible. Key Changes 4.2.4 is a maintenance release that fixes issues identified in 4.2.3. Additional Information This release addresses an XSS vulnerability. We would like to thank @newbie LAC for responsibly disclosing the details of this vulnerability to u
  9. This is not your father´s Windows Server: Setting up Server Core with PowerShell This guide describes the basic configuration of Windows Server Core running Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2016. The following configuration steps will work not only on Server Core, but also on a Windows Server with graphical interface. If you want to keep it simple, you can use sconfig to configure your Server Core: Windows Server 2016: sconfig. But in this article we configure Core with PowerShell. First, install Server Core and login with administrative privileges. Configuring Network Settings The entire configuration is performed in PowerShell, so PowerShell must be started after login. Afterwards, we have to find out the ID of the network adapter. Get-NetAdapter Now the IPv4 address and the default gateway can be configured with New-NetIPAddress. New-NetIPAddress -IPAdress 192.168.112.254 -PrefixLength 24 -DefaultGateway 192.168.112.1 -InterfaceIndex 12 -AddressFamily IPv4 Check the settings with Get-NetIPConfiguration. Get-NetIPConfiguration Next configure the DNS-Server with Set-DnsClientServerAddress. Set-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceIndex 12 -ServerAddresses 10.10.10.5,10.10.10.10 And check the DNS thing. Get-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceIndex 12 Finally, test the IP Configuration with Test-Connection. Computername Use Rename-Computer to change the computername. Rename-Computer server02 Next restart the computer by using Restart-Computer. Restart-Computer After restarting, start PowerShell again and quickly check the hostname with $env:computername Windows Server Activation Run slmgr to activate your Windows Server. If you are using the Evaluation Version of Windows there is no need for activating. slmgr -ato Windows Updates Automatic updates can be configured with cscript. Navigate to windows\system32 and run cscript to configure the automatic download and installation of Windows Updates. Configure cscript scregedit.wsf /AU 4 Check cscript scregedit.wsf /AU /v Printer To install printers, the role Print-Services must be installed. Install-WindowsFeature Print-Services Then run printui.exe / il and select the printer. printui.exe /il Now just open Notepad, create a new file and try to print. Get-Content C:\test.txt | Out-Printer Drivers For installing drivers use pnputil. Some examples: What’s next? Server Core supports the promotion to a Domain Controller as described in my article: PowerShell: How to install a Domain Controller with Server Core For configuring Roaming Profiles with PowerShell go for my article Active Directory: Configuring Roaming Profiles using GUI or PowerShell. Hope you like it! https://sid-500.com/2017/07/11/setting-up-windows-server-core-with-powershell/
  10. Μητρώο Ονοματοδοσίας / GR Registry - Unavailable

    η λειτουργικότητα του Μητρώου έχει αποκατασταθεί
  11. κατι τρέχει με το Μητρώο Ονοματοδοσίας Ονομάτων χώρου .GR από το http:///www.gr ου ανακατευθύνει στο: https://grweb.ics.forth.gr/public/Whois?lang=el αν κάνει κάποιος WHOIS check: δεν παίρνει απάντηση παρά μονο: HTTP Status 500 - java.lang.NullPointerException type Exception report message java.lang.NullPointerException description The server encountered an internal error that prevented it from fulfilling this request. exception org.apache.jasper.JasperException: java.lang.NullPointerException org.apache.jasper.servlet.JspServletWrapper.handleJspException(JspServletWrapper.java:561) org.apache.jasper.servlet.JspServletWrapper.service(JspServletWrapper.java:477) org.apache.jasper.servlet.JspServlet.serviceJspFile(JspServlet.java:395) org.apache.jasper.servlet.JspServlet.service(JspServlet.java:339) javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:731) gr.forth.ics.cctld.gr.web.HttpHeadersFilter.doFilter(HttpHeadersFilter.java:85) gr.ics.forth.www.Whois.doPost(Whois.java:339) javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:650) javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:731) org.apache.tomcat.websocket.server.WsFilter.doFilter(WsFilter.java:52) gr.forth.ics.cctld.gr.web.HttpHeadersFilter.doFilter(HttpHeadersFilter.java:85) root cause java.lang.NullPointerException note The full stack trace of the root cause is available in the logs.
  12. You might not be aware of a porn site titled teen[sexual orientation][bodypart].com. You most certainly don’t want to discover that site when you type in your company’s URL and get redirected to teen[sexual orientation][bodypart].com… all thanks to refusing to pay a $10,000 ransom to an IT admin contractor from Hell. The IT admin is Tavis Tso, a 40-year-old Arizona man who’s confessed to lying to a client company in Phoenix, telling them he didn’t have the login information for their account with the registrar GoDaddy (likely for domain name or hosting). Tso had renewed the company’s GoDaddy account in 2011. In May 2015, the company wanted to update its contact details with the domain registrar. Can’t help, Tso said; I don’t have the login anymore. Fibber. He did have the login. He just didn’t want to give it to them, instead changing the contact information in the GoDaddy account so he could defraud the company, Tso said in a plea deal. Then, he went ahead and set up his own account with Microsoft to take over the company’s domain. This all went down between May and June 2015. By tweaking the account, Tso made it so the company’s employees couldn’t use their email accounts. At first, he redirected the company’s homepage to a blank page. Then, he offered to make it all better… in exchange for a cool $10,000 for returning everything to normal. No dice, the company said. After the company refused to pay the ransom, Tso redirected the company’s homepage to the porn site. Visitors to the company’s website were redirected for several days, during which they found themselves looking at teen something-something, before the company’s homepage was returned to normal. According to a release from the Arizona US Attorney’s Office, Tso was sentenced on Monday to four years of probation and an order to pay $9,145 in restitution after having pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud. And just how did this young extortionist IT admin from Hell escape jail time? According to the sentencing memorandum, posted courtesy of Ars Technica, assistant US Attorney Matthew Binford said that the crime, committed by Tso when he was 39, was apparently out of character: a “one-time lapse.” How to keep your domain from redirecting to What the (*&^?! As we’ve advised in the past, a sound course of action in dealing with security breaches, be they from malicious insiders, insiders who make mistakes or contractors, is to have an incident-handling plan in place before a breach takes place, rather than after. For example, a good incident-handling plan includes things such as the distribution of call cards, which could help in the event that normal communications are held hostage by a malicious insider who disrupts access to the LAN so that nobody can find anyone else’s phone number and email. Knowing how to report crimes and engage law enforcement can also be important. https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2017/09/21/admin-from-hell-holds-company-to-ransom-with-porn-makeover/
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