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 Post subject: Updating Apache to be PCI Compliant
PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 11:44 am 
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Our company made the switch recently from shared hosting to virtual dedicated and i just got back the PCI scan. With the server open and in my hands" as GoDaddy support says it falls to me to solve the 3 issues that were flagged but I'm not sure how to start, i hope the MaxPC gang can help me out as they have done before!

The first one seems simple enough "MySql community server 5.0 prior to 5.0.67 multiple vulnerabilities" but just how do i upgrade MySQL? I have SSH access is this some simple thing i do though SSH?

I'm running on Red Hat Fedora Core 7.

the next I don't even know where to begin, "OpenSSH x11 session hijacking vulnerability" it talks about upgrading to open ssh5 or altering the sshd-config but i don't know how to do either.

the last one is "sslv2 supported" again i don't know what to do to fix it. But i belive it may self fix itself since our paymnet Gateway is Authoize.net who are upgradingto sslv3/tls 2 so it should fix itself.

So yeah...

That's my problems, 'preciate any help.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 4:22 am 
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I'm no Apache or MySQL expert myself. I noticed that this hasn't really gotten a lot of attention, so I'm guessing I'm not the only one lacking the knowledge to help you. Have you tried posting this question at Linuxquestions.org?


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ive tried on a Apache forum and craiglist. I'm getting some help but i'm still stuck.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 9:20 am 
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nekollx wrote:
ive tried on a Apache forum and craiglist. I'm getting some help but i'm still stuck.

Craiglist has forums!?? :shock:


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 9:23 am 
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craigs list IS a forum so yeah. I posted it in Computer gigs "no compensation"


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Ok different Craigslist than what most are used to then.

The craigslist I know is where you sell things kinda like Ebay.

Good luck.


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Ok different Craigslist than what most are used to then.

The craigslist I know is where you sell things kinda like Ebay.

Good luck.
No no no. You don't sell things. You find hookups for sexy time.


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CrashTECH wrote:
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Ok different Craigslist than what most are used to then.

The craigslist I know is where you sell things kinda like Ebay.

Good luck.
No no no. You don't sell things. You find hookups for sexy time.


I stands corrected!
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I've never seem Craiglist listed as a "ebay" clone maybe there's another.

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/

in my experience its more like a digital "holding up help wanted sign on the street corner"


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 10:25 am 
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What part of that is a forum?

Oh I see it now.
There is a forum section.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 10:27 am 
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uh the entire interface

the system by which one post text based comments?

The flat listing of all topics?

the grouping by catagory?

the only thing it's missing is nested replies


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nekollx wrote:
the only thing it's missing is nested replies


So, the only thing that it is missing is the thing that defines a forum? :lol:

A forum enables conversation. To have a conversation, you require the ability to respond to other users on the board.

There are forums on craigslist (bottom right portion of the screen in your link). However, craigslist itself is an bulletin board system.


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The only section that fits you description is in the Forums section.
I have only used the For sale section personally.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 10:33 am 
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And a bulletin board is the most primitive kind of forum. A person can "reply" my making a new "bulletin"

I never said it was a GOOD forum but it is technically one.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 10:38 am 
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nekollx wrote:
craigs list IS a forum so yeah. I posted it in Computer gigs "no compensation"

I looked in Computer Gigs and searched and could not find "no compensation"

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/cpg/

Maybe we are just seeing two different things..


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nekollx wrote:
And a bulletin board is the most primitive kind of forum. A person can "reply" my making a new "bulletin"

I never said it was a GOOD forum but it is technically one.


No, it is not. A BB is not a forum anymore than a cart is a car. Just because one came before the other does not mean that they are the same thing.

A BB does not have provide the ability to have a threaded conversation. That is the defining point of a forum.


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Is this what you mean?
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I've chatted in the Linux sections on my local CL. It's not nearly as valuable of a resource as here or LQ.org, among many. A real IT/Tech forum is the best place to get tech info.


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