Macs-R-We

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  • Macs R We created a post,

    Bulk-editing global filters?

    I have a number of sets of global filters that are working well, but their organization into categories is haphazard, as the most reasonable categories did not make themselves apparent until after ...

  • Macs R We created a post,

    Log for denied logins?

    I tightened up my VPS security recently with Host Access Control -- allow my office IP, deny all others. Now my host's tech people can't log into WHM even if I add their IPs to the allow list, or e...

  • Macs R We created a post,

    Blocking logins but not emails

    To further secure root login access to my server, I configured CPHulk to blacklist the entire IP range, then whitelist only a small number of addresses from which logins would be allowed. I thought...

  • Macs R We commented,

    @Macs R We - do you mean the feature request site? If so, send me the links that are waiting on approval and I can make this happen :D I don't see how to make links out of the individual commen...

  • Macs R We commented,

    v94 is out. Fix requires addition of mountpoints to a new table, /var/cpanel/chkservd_ignored_mounts, but I can't find any guidance as to its syntax. Asking over on the buglist website just results...

  • Macs R We created a post,

    Making a "known" network "unknown" for logins

    I've received several emails from cpHulk about: [QUOTE]Successful Login as "(username)" from an Unknown Network... A 'Known Network' is an IP address range or netblock that contains an IP addres...

  • Macs R We commented,

    Thanks, I just did this.

  • Macs R We commented,

    This is definitely what's going on here... but I can't find any configuration tweaker in WHM to tell the system not to scan those pathnames. Is there one?

  • Macs R We commented,

    The snapcraft folks explained this 100% to my satisfaction (below). So I can either find a control in WHM to tell it not to run that particular check on that filesystem, or at worst, just ignore th...

  • Macs R We commented,

    That's definitely something to speak with the host about. I have no idea why someone would want or need a separate partition for emacs tools. Well, the host didn't have any input to this as far...