I've enabled ssh one of my account in WHM, so I went to cpanel of this account and tried the SSH/Shell Access, but what I got is:
For security reasons, shell access is not enabled by default. In order to activate shell access on your account, you will need to fax or mail a copy of your driver's license, passport or other photo id to customer service.
is this something about SSH Key? do I have to generate a key so I can use the SSH/Shell Access?
i have a dedicated server i get server for study unix manage i have a problem by SHELL FILES ( hacker shell file ) other Site can Upload Shell file and get Access for edit other Site in server i set tweak scurity in CPANEL and Disable Function and i give not Shell access to all site but hacker can hack me by Shell access Hacker can not hack me by c99 Shell but can hack by New shell i upload this shell in my server Link: [url]
I know there are so many similar threads related to this issue in this forum, I know but my situation is a bit different from other guys, please read the following lines,
I've got a forum with approximately 100 users concurrently, now I'm looking for a shared hosting with relatively high simultaneous MySQL connections number at least 50 and also allows Shell access to dump or restore the MySQL database. but the main problem is lots of US hostings do not host Iranian I dunno US government has problem with Iran's government but I can't understand what's my guilt in this debate?
transfer a client's site files (over 220 MB) to my server. The client does not use cPanel or have SSH access.
FTP is horribly tedious. I have created the account on my server and have SSH enabled. I have a feeling I can use wget to download the files to the account's home directory, but I am not sure of the correct syntax to recursively download all the directories and the files.
I found a great little app called ID Shutdown Manager which bascially lets you do stuff like wake on LAN, Shutdown, Log Off etc.
The App also has a cgi script which you can call from a web server so you get a web interface to the program.
This is exactly my reason for getting the app as I just wanted to host a web page where I could login from the internet and wake on lan my media PC.
The app gives you all the iis or apache setup instructions and tells you to place the cgi script which is actually a .exe into the scripts folder and then enable basic authentication for it.
So if I navigate to <SERVER>/scripts/sdmancgi.exe its supposed to give me a user / pass prompt and then when login successful I see the app and can wake on lan etc.
ok I have got this to work
on the actual machine where server is running I can access it in IE7 by localhost etc.. and it works
However when I try to access from another PC in my lan by typing <SERVER>/scripts/sdmancgi.exe I get a nice little message saying the content cannot be displayed you may require to insall a program or something to display it.
If I try to access the page from firefox on same remote PC, it works!
I can also access page from outside my LAN, it works on my N95 browser.
Also I have had friends try it from firefox from the Internet and they say it works as well.
Forgot to mention I am running on port 8081 as I already have other servers running on 8080 and 80 (one is my router and the other server installed itself from setup.exe and I dont know what server its using)
I have also tried latest apache server as well as some other free one. Both have the same effect. Ok in firefox, not in IE.
One would think its a problem with the cgi file not compatible with IE7 however, I even tried to go to default page setup in IIS <SERVER>:8081 and I get the same message. So at this point the server hasnt even tried to access CGI or prompt for Basic Authentication.
I tried googling and not much luck. I read something about CSS and when I view source of failed web page from IE7 it mentions something about CSS so dont know if this is it?
I was wondering if it were possible to chmod a directory that is set to a low number to 777 using a shell or command and if so can anyone point me in the right direction as to how to go about doing so ??? I am trying to learn a little and i pefer using my browser to edit files rather then a ftp client.
I was just wondering if anyone is aware of Linux VPS or shell account providers with servers that are physically located in Pennsylvania. The only two I've come across so far are Nocster and VPS Village.
One of our customers uploaded C99Shell script on my server, and he can access to another accounts, I upgraded php to 5 but he can access with this script to another accounts yet, what should I do to disable this script or other one?
On a VPS I am using, I was astonished to see that when I login through SSH to a WHM account, I can go right up to the VPS system directories, do an ls, read the files etc. the user is able to get into the all the VPS directories, except root.
It's fine in FTP. Although I can see the link to the directory above home, clicking on it does not take the user to those directories.
When I ask my service provider, they say, "Yes, this is normal behavior. The users will still be able to move into the other users' home directories but they will not be able to write to the files or open them".
It seems to me this isn't a good situation. How can I prevent shell users from going beyond their home directories? Is implementing a jailed shell a good option? Can I use this feature that is readily available in WHM?