On CentOS7 I have following firewalld setting.external (active)target: defaulticmp-block-inversion: nointerfaces: eth0sources:services: dns ftp http https imaps pop3s SMTP sshports: 110/tcp 21/tcp 20000/tcp 106/tcp 53/tcp 990/tcp 5432/tcp 8447/tcp113/..
Do you know this? Dario ——- Messaggio inoltrato ——- Da: stan Reply-to: Community support for Fedora users A: firstname.lastname@example.org Oggetto: CIA Outlaw Country attack against CentOS / Rhel(and Fedora?) Is this credible? Data: Thu, 29 ..
Im trying to configure rdist over SSH so that it connects at target side as a particular user.Im using CentOS 7.3 on both ends (I also tested with Fedora 25 with the same behavor)So I create at source side the file ~/.ssh/config under mysourceuser homeH..
No, we havent been hacked. ;) We have a prospective client who is asking us what our policy is in the event of unauthorized access. Obviously you fix the system(s) that have been compromised, but what steps do you take to mitigate the effects of a brea..
How do you restart Xorg? I cant find a target for it, and restarting graphical.target doesnt seem to ..
I have been successful at getting one XEN host to initiate a iSCSIconnection to a target served by CentOS7, but not a second XEN host.xe sr-create complains the StorageRepository is in use.Is there a configuration change?Another iSCSI target server..
I installed CentOS-7 on an HP MicroServer from a KDELiveCD (on a USB stick), and it ran OK for a couple of days;but yesterday it wouldnt reboot -the dots went round the circle indefinitely, and when I clicked on Ctrl-Alt-Delete it said [OK] Reached tar..
This idea is intruiging…Suppose one has a set of file servers called A, B, C, D, and so forth, all running CentOS 6.5 64-bit, all being interconnected with 10GbE. These file servers can be divided into identical pairs, so A is the same configurat..
Im trying to use TRACE target of raw table but It doesnt workIts a CentOS 6.2 with kernel 2.6.32-220.7.1.el6.x86_64. lsmod | egrep -iraw|trace|logiptable_raw 22641ip_tables178314iptable_raw,iptable_filter,iptable_mangle,iptable_nat xt_TRACE10601ipt_..