SmarterMail pop up window bug in Firefox 31

Firefox 31 was released couple of days ago as I am writing this. If you are using SmarterMail to manage your email accounts, you may have noticed the issue with pop up window in SmarterMail. This is a bug in SmarterMail with Firefox 31. It is confirmed by SmarterTools and they will address this issue

The specified service has been marked for deletion error

You may face the problem to delete Windows service using sc command. When you try to remove a Windows Service with sc delete <service name>, you may encounter the following error: [SC] DeleteService FAILED 1072: The specified service has been marked for deletion. There are several reasons for this error as follow: [1] Microsoft Management

Customize httpd.conf for VirtualHost in cPanel

Customize httpd.conf for VirtualHost in cPanel On cPanel/WHM server, httpd.conf is regularly rebuilt and custom changes are lost each time it is rebuilt. Also, it is not recommended to edit main httpd.conf to change settings for VirtualHost. To customize httpd.conf for VirtualHost in cPanel, it is required to use include conf file to override any

Premature End of Script Headers – Apache Error

Premature End of Script Headers ‘Premature end of script headers’ is really uncertain error message and difficult to resolve. In this article, we will discuss about possible solutions to resolve this error. Sometimes when executing a PHP script you will see the following error in Apache error log: Premature end of script headers: /home/user/public_html/index.php This

Difference between su and sudo

Difference between su and sudo For the most Linux distributions, su and sudo are widely used commands. In this article we will discuss what is the main difference between su and sudo commands. What is ‘su’ command? ‘su’ commands forces you to share your root password to other users. When any superuser type su, it

How to patch OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability

Recently a vulnerability discovered with certain versions of OpenSSL . OpenSSL is a toolkit which implements SSL/TLS protocols as well as general cryptography for various operating systems. This vulnerability can provide a backdoor for attackers to gain access to confidential information. The following OpenSSL versions were affected by Heartbleed vulnerability: OpenSSL 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f (inclusive)

Upgrade OpenSSL on CloudLinux

Recently OpenSSL has released an update to address “Heartbleed” vulnerability and it is recommended that you update as soon as possible. In this article, we will discuss how to upgrade OpenSSL on CloudLinux. Upgrade Instructions: # yum clean all # yum update openssl # cagefsctl –force-update # /etc/init.d/httpd stop # /etc/init.d/httpd start If you are