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May, 19

Linux servers are based on a command-line interface by default, however, some might want to use them with a visual interface. In these cases, we can install an application which provides a GUI (i.e. Graphical User Interface). One of such applications is named GNOME and you can follow the steps outlined below to get it on your machine. Please note: our Linux server is running Centos 7 and the following codes might vary for other distributions. At first, we should update the OS: Yum update -y After completion, install Gnome with the following command: sudo yum groupinstall -y "GNOME...

First of all, before we begin this tutorial and its configuration, we will introduce SFTP so that users who are not familiar with this file transfer protocol by SSH will have a better understanding of it. Introducing SFTP The SFTP, or the SSH File Transfer Protocol, is a file transfer protocol that is activated by default after installing Secure Shell on the Linux operating system. Using SFTP, you will be able to transfer or receive your files through a secure Linux tunnel. This protocol is often confused with the FTP protocol or its unsecured form, but it should be noted that this...

One of the most important changes to be made in the CentOS is changing iptables to firewalld. If you want to revert this switch and go back to using iptables, it is possible however, you must originally configure the firewall. Follow the steps outlined below to change firewalld to iptables. Use the following code to install iptables: yum install –y iptables-services Then mask firewalld service: systemctl mask firewalld Now, we should enable the iptables service: systemctl enable iptables systemctl enable ip6tables Next, enter the iptables directory and set all the rules that you...

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May, 19

At first, maybe we think the time and date is not important but after we get more experience we know that the time and date is the most important thing in every system. With a correct date and time we will have a correct log file and even have the possibility to trade between other servers or devices. Follow the steps below to set time and date in MikroTik: At first login to your MikroTik via Winbox. Choose “Clock” from “system” menu.   In the first tab, you can set the time. Available options are defined below: Time: the current time of the device. Date:...

First of all, before we begin this tutorial and its configuration, we will introduce SFTP so that users who are not familiar with this file transfer protocol by SSH will have a better understanding of it. Introducing SFTP The SFTP, or the SSH File Transfer Protocol, is a file transfer protocol that is activated by default after installing Secure Shell on the Linux operating system. Using SFTP, you will be able to transfer or receive your files through a secure Linux tunnel. This protocol is often confused with the FTP protocol or its unsecured form, but it should be noted that this...

This tutorial is dedicated for the creation and restoration of backups in CWP. To download backups to your computer in CWP: Firstly, login to your CWP account Navigate to File Management->Backup->Download a backup copy tab Now you will have some options: Download a full website backup – with this action, you will be able to download a full backup of your site. It’s very useful if you want to transfer the site to another server or to restore it in case an issue arise. Home Directory – download an archive containing your home...

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May, 19

In this tutorial, we will take you through managing your DNS in DirectAdmin  First login to DirectAdmin panel. Click ‘DNS Management’ from ‘Your Account’ section Now we can see the zone files of your domain. Common Records: NS – Nameserver record. Specifies the hostname that was used to search the domain. A – Address record. Matches the domain name to an IP address. MX – Mail Exchange Record. It matches the list of servers that handles mailing of the domain. CNAME- Canonical Name record. It matches the domain name to...

When installing Kali Linux on Windows, there could be problems that arise. One such problem that users will encounter is the problem with installing Kali's packages. Windows defender prevents from running and even install them at some points. Sometimes, when you want to install some Kali packages, Windows Defender will identify it as malware and will prevent from installing and running.  Follow this guide in order to fix this issue: Open Kali Linux through CMD or start menu.     Now by entering the webshells command, Windows Defender will display security...

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May, 19

  In this article, we will show how to clear the DNS cache on Microsoft Windows OS. DNS cache keeps the IP addresses of the web servers. If the web server's location changes before updating the DNS cache, the websites which were located on the last web server, won't load. Therefore, you should clear the DNS cache. Follow these steps to clear the DNS cache:   Press the Windows Key + R in order to open the run box. Write CMD inside the box and press enter. Write the following command in the CMD and press enter.   ipconfig /flushdns You should receive the...

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May, 19

Install and Configure FTP in Ubuntu 18 Note: At all stages, the commands are logged with Root access, so if you are logged in to Ubuntu 18 by any other user than the Root user, you should enter all commands after the Sudo command.  1- Connect to your Ubuntu 18 via an SSH client. 2. Type the following command to update Ubuntu 18 repositories. apt update 3. After completing the above steps, enter the following command to download and install the VSFTP service. apt install -y vsftpd 4. After the installation is completed, enter the following commands to start the VSFTP service and...