Category Archives : Linux


Crunch – Generate Dictionary File on Kali Linux

Crunch is preinstalled with Kali Linux. Generate 10 digit phone number wordlist 1. Login as root 2. Open a Terminal and Type: crunch 10 10 -t %%%%%%%%%% -o /root/Desktop/10digits.txt This will generate all possible combinations from 0-9 with up to 10 digits for a dictionary file total of 10,000,000 combinations. The dictionary file size is roughly […]


Root User Management via SSH in Linux/Centos

  1. Login as root (replace localhost with your server address) ssh [email protected] To create a Root User Account 2. Type in this command and press enter (remember to replace <username>) useradd -ou 0 -g 0 <username> 3. Type in this command and press enter to create a password for the user passwd <username> 4. Type in the password […]


How to Install WHM DNSOnly

Install cPanel DNSONLY To install cPanel DNSONLY, run the following commands: To open the /home directory, run the following command: cd /home To install GNU Wget, which you can use to retrieve installation files through HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP, run the following command: yum install wget To fetch the latest installation files from cPanel’s servers, run the […]


cPanel Installation problem – Detected an installer lock file Error

Symptoms: While performing sh latest command the system stuck with an error message about installer.lock. Beginning main installation. Detected an installer lock file (/root/installer.lock). Please be sure that an installer is not already running. Resolution: You can remove the installer.lock file using this command via ssh rm -rf /root/installer.lock This problem arises while installing cPanel when an […]


Remote Host Identification Error

Symptom(s): Can’t access the server via SSH and this message shows: @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ @ WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! @ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ IT IS POSSIBLE THAT SOMEONE IS DOING SOMETHING NASTY! Someone could be eavesdropping on you right now (man-in-the-middle attack)! It is also possible that a host key has just been changed. The fingerprint for […]


Updating Root Password via SSH in Linux/Centos

1. Login as root (replace localhost with your server address) ssh [email protected] 2. Type in this command and press enter passwd 3. Type in your new password and press enter 4. Reconfirm your new password and press enter


Installing Nano Editor on Centos

Nano editor makes it easier to edit files through the terminal/command prompt window. In order to install it on CentOS 1. Login as root (replace localhost with your server address) ssh [email protected] 2. Type in this command and press enter yum install nano 3. Confirm and press enter y  


Change Locale Language

To see list of available locales type following in terminal locale -a Now to change the locale type export LANG=<some_locale> For Example to change to English locale do the following export LANG=”en_US.UTF-8″ Type locale in terminal to confirm the change. This sets the locale to English for CURRENT CONSOLE only. Applications started from this console will open in English locale, If […]