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How can I change my SSH port?

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The default SSH port on all Operating Systems is port 22. For security measures, KnownHost’s servers are configured to use port 2200. Changing your SSH port The server’s SSH configuration file is located here: /etc/ssh/sshd_config SSH into your server as the root user. ssh root@<ip address> -p 2200 Open the configuration file with your favorite text […]

EITest and Blacklists EITest is older malware dating back to at least 2011 that uses compromised websites to accomplish several different nefarious tasks, such as directing users to Exploit Kits landing pages which are responsible for distributing various types of malware. One of the latest was the payload being downloaded to victim’s computers to generate […]

Microsoft no longer supports Windows 7 after January 14, 2020 and Windows 7 will no longer receive security updates. We recommend upgrading to a modern operating system that receives regular security updates. If an upgrade beyond Windows 7 is not possible, we recommend using Mozilla Thunderbird as an email client. Transport Layer Security (TLS) continues […]

This article applies to servers running Apache with CloudLinux. While running any website such as WordPress that takes advantage of server applications such as ‘ImageMagick’ you may occasionally have an environment where you’ll receive an error upon uploading images. As such, when you attempt to upload an image you’ll be met with the following error […]

Memcached Memcached is a memory object caching system for speeding up dynamic web applications… It’s open source and has been designed to work with a large number of open connections. Database calls, API calls, or page rendering are a few examples of the arbitrary data results that are stored in memory to alleviate database load. One can […]

If you are experiencing database connection errors, then look no further for troubleshooting assistance! This guide details the common causes of the dreaded Database connection error, how to find the root cause, and what to do to fix it. The commands in this article work with MySQL or MariaDB on CentOS 6 or 7 cPanel […]

When your server, whether dedicated or VPS, is throwing Error Code 500, there’s a misconfiguration issue that’s stopping the normal 200 Success messages you’d love to be seeing instead. Some 500 errors can be caused by the webserver itself due to invalid lines in say .htaccess. Other times, 500 errors can be caused by broken […]