Source: A Vulnerability in Exim Could Allow for Remote Command Execution DATE(S) ISSUED: 06/10/2019 OVERVIEW: A vulnerability has been discovered in Exim, which could allow for local attackers to execute arbitrary system commands when sending mail to a particular recipient. Remote attackers can take advantage of this vulnerability as well through similar means. Exim is…Continue Reading “A Vulnerability in Exim Could Allow for Remote Command Execution”
Hi! Today we’re going to be installing FFMPEG onto our CentOS 7 server.Are ya ready kids! ok lets go… SSH into your VPS as root (if you login as a sudoer, su up to your root user using the sudo su – command. Next, let’s enter the command to install the epel repositorysudo yum install epel-release…Continue Reading “Install FFMPEG in cPanel”
By now, some of you have been hearing about a recent security vulnerability affecting the Exim mail transfer agent. With that news, let explore what’s happening… SUMMARY: A flaw was found in Exim versions 4.87 to 4.91 (inclusive), that may lead to remote command execution due to improper validation of recipient address in the `deliver_message()`…Continue Reading “Exim Vulnerability”
Source: Announcing ImunifyAV on all cPanel & WHM Servers! | cPanel Blog ImunifyAV is part of a suite of tools created by our friends over at CloudLinux. These tools are aimed at preventing compromises on websites hosted on your server and helping to ease the repair in the event of a compromise.
Hello, Summary: SpamAssassin on cPanel servers does not scan messages over a preconfigured threshold (typically 200KB). This means that any emails over this size bypass spam filtering entirely. Why this is important: Recently I have seen a wave of incoming spam that is bypassing the SpamAssassin scoring on cPanel servers entirely due to the size…Continue Reading “SpamAssassin Size Limit”