Last Updated on Thursday, 21 February 2013 12:14 Written by Adam Bryner Thursday, 21 February 2013 12:14
In the dashboard of your 6Scan control panel, you can manage notifications for 6Scan.
Once logged into your cPanel, click on the 6Scan icon under the Security section of the cPanel. Once there, click on ‘Dashboard’, and then the settings tab. Finally, click on the notifications tab.
Notifications are managed for each domain that 6Scan is enabled for. You have the following self explanatory notification options.
- Email me when new vulnerabilities are found on my site
- Email me a weekly report
- Send me an SMS when new vulnerabilities are found on my site
That’s it, easy right?Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 24 September 2011 12:23 Written by Richi González Tuesday, 20 September 2011 12:00
For Linux users wondering how to establish a SSH connection to their server, this article will show you!
Difficulty level: Medium (Easy if you have basic Linux terminal knowledge)
Last Updated on Monday, 12 January 2009 12:12 Written by Victor Gebhardt Thursday, 8 January 2009 05:30
Servers by default display information via Apache and PHP that makes them vulnerable. With Apache, the version number and installed module versions are listed at the bottom of 404 error pages. With PHP, because it runs on our servers as CGI, when it processes php scripts, it adds the “X-Powered By” and displays the version number. In both cases this is not desirable as attackers can use such information to compromise the server.Learn More
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