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DOS Vulnerability in Home FTP Server

Author : Admin

Home FTP Server is a FTP Server program that allows use to share any files directly form our PC. With this program, we can build and implementation a FTP server easily. Home FTP Server use web based administration support, so we can manage, monitoring and add user very easy. Home FTP Server supports implicit or explicit Transport Secure Layer ( TSL ), virtual directories and banned IP address. Home FTP server has all feature that even some of the commercial FTP server but It’s free without any limitations and very efficient.

In November 16, 2009, a vulnerability has been discovered … continue reading : DOS Vulnerability in Home FTP Server.

18 November 2009 at 15:58 - Comments

Tips and Tricks to Protect and Store Password

Author : Admin

Password are the keys we use to access personal information that we’re stored on our computer and in our online accounts. So it’s very important for our privacy. Therefore, we must not give our password to anyone and write to anything that can be accessed by anyone.

 

In this discussion, we will talk about how to properly protect our password. This discussion is called : tips and tricks to protect our password. We hope this discussion, we can manage our account more safe and secure.

… continue reading : Tips and Tricks to Protect and Store Password.

15 August 2009 at 20:42 - Comments

Virtualmin Multiple Vulnerabilities

Author : Admin

Virtualmin is one of the famous web hosting management or web server control panel based on Webmin. It’s offers a wide array of productivity enhancing tools for hosting providers, web developers, web designers and end users. With Virtualmin, we can manage our virtual domains, mailboxes, databases, application and entire server resources from one comprehensive interface.

In July 14, 2009, Filip Palian has discovered multiple vulnerabilities, such unprivileged port use, cross side scripting / xss, anonymous proxy, information disclousure and symlink attacks. … continue reading : Virtualmin Multiple Vulnerabilities.

15 July 2009 at 16:30 - Comments