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How to set up 301 redirect page in Linux from .htaccess file
1. Login into cPanel.
2. Click on Filemanager icon.
3. Open public_html folder.
4. Edit the file .htaccess and write the code to redirect the page (e.g. Redirect 301 /old.php http://www.yourdomain.com/folder/new.php)
5. Click on save button.
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How to change the password for email account in linux
How to change the password for email account in linux:

1) Login to the webmail using this URL:
Code:
http://yourdomainname.com:2095/
and the username and password.

2) Now on the main page, one can see the various options like three webmail options (Horde, Squirrel mail and Round cube) and various icon in the lower bar.

3) Click on the icon “Change password” bar in the lower bar of the page.

4) Enter the password twice.

5) Click on “Change” to enter to set up.
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How to edit whitelist and blactlist in Horde
How to edit whitelist and blactlist in Horde:

1) Login to Horde mail.
2) Click on Filters icon.
3) You can see two list in default: whitelist and blacklist.
4) Click in the list and add the email addresses one in each line.
5) Click on save to enter setup.
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How to restore MySQL backup using phpMyAdmin
1. Login into WHM
2. Click on phpMyAdmin from SQL Services section.
3. Select the database from phpMyAdmin section.
4. Click on Import tab.
5. Click on Browse button from the location of the text field.
6. Select the destination and click on open button.
7. Click on Go button.
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How to download MySQL backup using PhpMyAdmin
1. Login into cPanel
2. Click on phpMyAdmin from SQL Services section.
3. Select the database from phpMyAdmin section.
4. Click on Export tab.
5. Select type SQL from Export section.
6. Click on zipped radio button.
7. Click on Go button.
8. Select the destination and click and save button.
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How to enable .jsp support for domain
Login to the server via SSH and fire the commands below

root@server [~]# /scripts/addservlets –domain.com

Now, if you want to remove the servlets for the domain you can use the command below

root@server [~]# /scripts/remservlets –domain.com

Restart the tomcat on the server once.

You can try uploading the .jsp pages under the account and check.
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What are Auto-responders and how to set up one on your cPanel
Auto-responders
Autoresponders are e-mail messages that are sent automatically when an e-mail arrives for a specific e-mail account. Autoresponders are most commonly used for an "Out of Office" style message to inform your correspondents that you are not available, without you having to reply manually. You can have more than one autoresponder on one account. You can use plain text or include HTML code in the autoresponder, and choose from a wide variety of character sets.

To add an autorespo
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How to Install chkrootkit
How to Install chkrootkit

Login to your server by SSH and type the bellow commands

Code:
wget ftp://ftp.pangeia.com.br/pub/seg/pac/chkrootkit.tar.gz
tar xvfz chkrootkit.tar.gz
./chkrootkit*/chkrootkit
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How to disable mod_security from .htaccess
ModSecurity is an open source embeddable web application firewall, or intrusion detection and prevention engine for web applications.

If you’re using Apache web server (which mostly do), mod_security can be disabled by adding a specific in .htaccess file. Locate the .htaccess file in Apache web root directory (public_html or /var/www/ or others), if it does not exist, create a new file named .htaccess, and add in the following code:

SecFilterEngine Off
SecFilterScanPOST Off

The above e
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How do I permit specific users SSH access
We will be primarily working with one configuration file in this article:

* OpenSSH - /etc/ssh/sshd_config

OpenSSH

For locking down which users may or may not access the server you will want to look into one, or more, of the following directives:

User/Group Based Access

AllowGroups

This keyword can be followed by a list of group name patterns, separated by spaces.If specified, login is allowed only for users whose primary group or supplementary group list matches one of the pat