If You think there’s an easy and fully automated way of migrating a Roundcube installation running for years on MySQL – to a PostgreSQL database – forget it. You will probably have to take a few steps before automation could be applied to this process. In this post I’m trying to describe all steps of a successful migration of Roundcube from o MySQL to a PostgreSQL database.
There’s a CUPS server on the network, sharing multiple printers, and there’s a virtual machine running a Windows application via Wine. The virtual machine is running CUPS too, so all printers of the main CUPS server are available for the mentioned Windows application.
A small collection of online utilities designed for testing DNS server security and zone configurations.
Seeing requests to //tmp/wegh.php in Apache logs is probably not a good sign. Few days ago I wrote about how important paranoid firewall-output filtering is on a shared hosting server, today I’ll take a closer look on the next Joomla hack found active today. This time the “hacker” tried to attack the IP addresses 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 belonging to Beneficial Data Processing Corp and Regions Financial Corporation.
On one of my Slackware based vmachines the subshell in Midnight Commander was not working as expected. Pressing Ctrl + O worked only “partially”.
Today the CSF firewall on one of our servers controlled by DirectAdmin started showing blocked outgoing UDP connections to 22.214.171.124 on ports 25, 80 and 443.
One of my networks is protected by CSF, running on the router, and I noticed, I’m not able to connect from this network to a remote PPTP server (in this case it’s Poptop), while connecting from other networks, to the same PPTP server, is possible without problems.