Deactivate WordPress Plugins using phpMyAdmin

We can deactivate WordPress plugins from WordPress admin area but if you are installing any plugin and your admin area stopped working, you can disable WordPress plugin directly from your WordPress database. In this article, we will explain how to deactivate WordPress plugin from MySQL database using phpMyAdmin. Before you perform this steps, make sure

Install and Configure maldet (Linux Malware Detect)

Maldet is a Linux Malware Detect (LMD) is a malware scanner for Linux servers. The signatures that LMD uses are MD5 file hashes and HEX pattern matches, they are also easily exported to any number of detection tools such as ClamAV. Following are the steps to install and configure maldet: [1] Download maldet from

Benefits of SSD Web Hosting

SSD stands for solid state drives and SSD web hosting uses solid state drives. SSD based server provides more performance than traditional SATA HDD based server. Most web hosting companies offer SSD powered server now. Today we will discuss the advantages of SSD web hosting. 1. Fast The main advantage of the SSD drive is,

Microsoft® FrontPage® Blocking cPanel 11.46 Upgrades

As you know, FrontPage extensions have been removed from cPanel 11.46. On an existing installation of Microsoft® FrontPage® extensions on your Linux server(s) will block the ability to upgrade to cPanel & WHM software version 11.46. Microsoft® discontinued support for FrontPage® extensions on Linux servers in 2006. Blockers are conditions that will not allow the

Broken spool file – exim queue corrupt on cPanel server

Sometime you may receive the error stating that your exim queue is corrupted. This can happen if the spool file remove from the server. If you are using ConfigServer Mail Queues (cmq), you may see the following message: Broken spool file – removed To get rid of this message, you can follow the below steps:

Drupal 7 Website was Compromised Unless Patched

The Drupal team released an update to a critical SQL Injection vulnerability a few weeks ago and urged all their users to update or patch their sites as immediately. On October 29, 2014, Drupal team released a strong statement via their Public Service Announcement. In the announcement, they strongly mentioned as follow: Automated attacks began

A New SSL Exploit in SSL v3.0 – POODLE attack

There is a critical vulnerability in SSL v3.0. This vulnerability allows the plaintext of secure connections to be calculated by a network attacker. Who will be affected? Any secure connection (https) you make via your web browser is at risk. That means visiting banks, PayPal, online shopping sites, etc are all vulnerable. What will happen?