ஓம் நமசிவய – Om NamaSivaya Ascii Art – Zoom and See for the Mantra

ஓம் நமசிவய – Om NamaSivaya Ascii Art – Zoom and See for the Mantra

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8D Audio – சிவ பஞ்சாட்சரம் – யாழ் சிவயநம பாடல் – Shiva Panjatcharam

ஓம் சிவயநம – யநமசிவ – மசிவயந – வயநமசி – நமசிவய

Om SivayaNama – YaNamaSiva – MaSivaYana – VayaNaMasi – NamaSivaYa

#panjatcharam #Marskarthik #SivayaNama #YaNamaSiva #MaSivaYana #VayaNaMasi #NamaSivaYa #பஞ்சாட்சரம் #சிவயநம

 

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Relaxing Flute in a forest with river and birds sounds in background (MarskarthiK)

Need some background music for working from home or need some deep relaxation or need some music for your yoga workouts or need some powernap music then listen to Relaxing Flute in a forest with river and birds sounds in background. Adjust your volume according to your needs.

 

Note: Use alarm timer to wake you up if you are using this for Powernap.

 

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Third Eye Stimulation – Pineal Gland Activation (MarskarthiK)

Pineal stimulation occurs Instantly with each meditation. It should take about 10 days to fully open the third eye (pineal gland). The third eye serves as a connection to a higher realm, to a core of infinite knowledge, inspiration, and energy.

What does awakening the Third Eye do?

You May Become Fearless. Sometimes, people report a fearlessness associated with opening your third eye chakra, as they have a sense of being invincible or super-human. The opening of the third eye can be deeply empowering, and with this empowerment often comes a dramatic increase in self-confidence.

What are the signs of third eye opening?

Here are five signs your third eye is opening:

  • A dull sensation of pressure between the eyebrows. …
  • Increased foresight. …
  • Prone to light sensitivity. …
  • A feeling of gradual and continual change. …
  • Increased headaches.

How can I stimulate my third eye?

A “third eye meditation” might look something like this:

  1. Sit in a comfortable, relaxed posture.
  2. Close your eyes or lower your eyelids.
  3. Allow your breath to become deep and slow. (Meaning don’t force your breath; just watch it. …
  4. Rest your attention on the third eye region just above and between your two eyes.

What happens when pineal gland is activated?

When the hypothalamus receives information about the presence or absence of light, it signals the pineal gland to activate and to start or inhibit cortisol and melatonin production. … Light shining on any part of the body can be detected, signaling the SCN and pineal gland to shut down melatonin production.

 

 

 

 

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Enable SSH Root login in Linux

You need to edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config, and change PermitRootLogin to yes

PermitRootLogin yes

Also change StrictModes to no

StrictModes no

Then reload SSH:

service ssh reload
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Enable root access in Ubuntu

To enable the Ubuntu root account, first we need to set up password for the root user.

sudo passwd root

Then unlock the root account

sudo passwd -u root

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Server Hardening Linux Applications

OS Harden
sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_default_ttl=128 (changed it right then)

and add

net.ipv4.ip_default_ttl = 128 to /etc/sysctl.conf (so it applys at reboot)

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APACHE AND PHP

ServerSignature Off
ServerTokens Prod

ServerTokens Prod[uctOnly]
Server sends (e.g.): Server: Apache
ServerTokens Major
Server sends (e.g.): Server: Apache/2
ServerTokens Minor
Server sends (e.g.): Server: Apache/2.0
ServerTokens Min[imal]
Server sends (e.g.): Server: Apache/2.0.41
ServerTokens OS
Server sends (e.g.): Server: Apache/2.0.41 (Unix)
ServerTokens Full (or not specified)
Server sends (e.g.): Server: Apache/2.0.41 (Unix) PHP/4.2.2 MyMod/1.2

Hide Apache Information

To hide the information, add the following two apache directives in Apache configuration file /etc/apache2/apache2.conf

ServerTokens ProductOnly

ServerSignature Off

Now you need to restart your web server using the following command

#/etc/init.d/apache2 restart

Now the output for apache header looks like below

Server: Apache

Hide PHP Version Details

If you want to hide the PHP version you need to edit the /etc/php4/apache/php.ini(For php4 users) file and /etc/php5/apache/php.ini (For php5 users)

Change the following option

expose_php On

to

expose_php Off

Now you need to restart your web server using the following command

#/etc/init.d/apache2 restart

After making this change PHP will no longer add it’s signature to the web server header.

If you are running php from cli against a php file, the output is a html file (as seen by a browser). In some distributions (like Debian) the php-cli is controlled by a different php.ini file (/etc/php[4,5]/cli/php.ini).

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SQUID

disable cache admin email address
change visible_hostname BlahBlahBlah!!!
change unique_hostname BlahBlahBlah!!!
To disable version info on error pages and http header
httpd_suppress_version_string on

icp_port 0
htcp_port 0
icp_access deny all
htcp_access deny all

forwarded_for off
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Webmin and Usermin

change the default ports 10000 and 20000

Change the value of server entry both in webmin and usermin miniserv.conf
/etc/webmin/miniserv.conf
/etc/usermin/miniserv.conf

server=HIDDENSERVER/999.999
realm=Hidden Server
port=1000
listen=1000

restart

service webmin restart
service usermin restart

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Yum and Apt-Get Command Examples

Ubuntu Update/Upgrade
sudo apt-get clean
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

Redhat / CentOS / Fedora
yum clean all
yum update
yum list updates
yum update

To install soft
sudo apt-get install lxde

List all installed packages, enter:

# rpm -qa
# yum list installed

Find out if httpd package installed or not, enter:

# rpm -qa | grep httpd*
# yum list installed httpd

To check for and update httpd package, enter:

# yum update httpd

Remove package called httpd, enter:

# yum remove {package-name-1} {package-name-2}
# yum remove httpd

# yum grouplist
Install all ‘Development Tools’ group packages, enter:

# yum groupinstall “Development Tools”
# yum groupupdate “Development Tools”
# yum groupremove “Development Tools”
$ sudo yum group install “Development Tools”

Task: Display what package provides the file

You can easily find out what RPM package provides the file. For example find out what provides the /etc/passwd file:

# yum whatprovides /etc/passwd

To install GNOME desktop group, enter:

yum groups install “GNOME Desktop”
yum groupinstall “GNOME Desktop”
yum groups install “Server with GUI”
yum groupinstall “Server with GUI”

yum downgrade package1
yum downgrade package1 package2

## get list ##
yum history

## Okay undo/downgrade it ##
yum history undo {NUMBER-HERE}

yum history
yum history list
yum history info

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Linux Single User Mode Reset Root Password

To do this reboot the Server as soon as you get the boot screen press ‘e’ (stands for edit) from keyboard. After you press ‘e’ from keyboard you would see a lot of text which may be clipped as per the size of your screen. Search for the text “rhgb quiet” and replace it with “init=/bin/bash” without quotes.
Once done editing press ‘ctrl+x’ and it will start booting with specified parameter. And you will get bash prompt. Now check the status of root partition by running following command on the single user mode.

# mount | grep root

You may notice that root partition is reported to be ‘ro’ (Read Only). We need to have read-write permission on root partition to change the root password.

# mount -o remount,rw /

Also cross check, if the root partition is mounted with read-write permission mode.

# mount | grep root

Now you can change the root password by typing the passwd command. But that is not done. We need to relabel SELinux context.  If we skip relabeling the whole SELinux context we would be able to login using using password.

# passwd root
# touch /.autorelabel

Reboot and login again to root account and see if everything works ok or not?
# exec /sbin/init

Or

To enter into single user mode; Go to second last line (Starts with linux 16 or linuxefi) using up and down arrow then  modify the ro argument.
Modify it to “rw init=/sysroot/bin/sh”. Once done, press “Ctrl+x”

# chroot your system
# chroot /sysroot

reset the root password.
# passwd

Update SELinux information.
# touch /.autorelabel

Exit chroot
# exit

Reboot your system.
# reboot

Login with new password.

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Ubuntu Firewall Command Line Examples

How do I see the current status of my firewall?
sudo ufw status verbose

How do I open tcp port # 22?
To allow incoming tcp packets on port 22, enter:
sudo ufw allow 22/tcp

Verify it:
sudo ufw status verbose

How do I open tcp port # 80 and 443?
The service specific syntax is as follows to open http and https service ports:

sudo ufw allow http
sudo ufw allow https

sudo ufw allow 80/tcp
sudo ufw allow 443/tcp

How do I open tcp and udp port # 53?
To allow incoming tcp and udp packet on port 53, enter:
sudo ufw allow 53

Verify it:
sudo ufw status verbose

To allow IP address 192.168.1.10 access to port 22 for all protocols
sudo ufw allow from 192.168.1.10 to any port 22

To allows subnet 192.168.1.0/24 to Samba services, enter:
ufw allow from 192.168.1.0/24 to any app Samba

You can find service info as follows:
sudo ufw app list

To get information on Squid profile/app, run:
ufw app info Squid

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