Monthly Archives: January 2015

Exim command – remove mail to a particular sender

Remove mails to a particular sender in the queue :-

exiqgrep -i -t user@domain.com | xargs exim -Mrm

Niiiiice

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Plesk (linux) PHP Spammer

You may well get notification of spam leaving your server.

Check the mail queue and the mail in question, it should give you the user id and domain where the spam originates from and sometimes a file name.

If not try…

It is usually very difficult to discover the source of spam. If you are absolutely sure that a script is sending the spam (because the tail grows rapidly for no apparent reason), you can use the following script to determine which PHP scripts are currently running:

# lsof +r 1 -p `ps axww | grep httpd | grep -v grep | awk ‘ { if(!str) { str=$1 } else { str=str”,”$1}}END{print str}’` | grep vhosts | grep php

 

this is from here…

http://kb.sp.parallels.com/en/766

Putty Desktop Shortcuts

Here’s one way of automating logging into via ssh in windows…

Make a folder

Open the folder

Right click

Select ‘New’ then ‘Shortcut’

It will ask for the location of the item, make sure this points to where putty is on your computer

C:\Users\Yourusername\SSH\putty.exe -ssh root@xx.xx.xx.xx -pw xxxxxxxxx

Then give it an appropriate name and bingo bongo!

Oh yeah, back that folder up regular, I just deleted all of mine accidentally, i cried inside.