Hi Mark, Do you get some errors. If you explain thoroughfully …

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Hi Mark,

Do you get some errors. If you explain thoroughfully what you do, maybe I’ll be able to help
By the way, I also offer pro-admin services for some fee. If you’re interested 🙂
best
Georgi

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How to find and kill Abusers on OpenVZ Linux hosted Virtual Machines (Few bash scripts to protect OpenVZ CentOS server from script kiddies and easify the daily admin job)

Hi no need to install download and run it.
Or place it in cron job with crontab -u root -e.


How to find and kill Abusers on OpenVZ Linux hosted Virtual Machines (Few bash scripts to protect OpenVZ CentOS server from script kiddies and easify the daily admin job)
I was travelling, now I’m very tired and probably soon go to sleep, I’ve added you in ICQ but you seen unavailable. Whenever I’m online you should add me as well. Then I’ll quickly take a look.

Best!
Georgi


How to find and kill Abusers on OpenVZ Linux hosted Virtual Machines (Few bash scripts to protect OpenVZ CentOS server from script kiddies and easify the daily admin job)
Did you manage it? If not, drop me a mail or add my in skype my sk – hipodilsky
I would not be online today but around the evening will be online for a while.


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