Shorewall forward reject How to resolve this error

The 'Shorewall forward reject' error mainly occurs when there is any misconfiguration or missing in the rules added to the Shorewall configuration files. 

Shorewall rules file:

Entries in this file govern connection establishment by defining exceptions to the policies laid out in shorewall-policy(5). By default, subsequent requests and responses are automatically allowed using connection tracking. 

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Digitally Signed Files with PowerShell

This article will guide you on how to implement reporting on digitally signed files with PowerShell. 

Get-Command gets the commands from PowerShell modules and commands that were imported from other sessions. 

To get only commands that have been imported into the current session, use the ListImported parameter. 

Without parameters, Get-Command gets all of the cmdlets, functions, and aliases installed on the computer.

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DNN Favicon How to change

This article will guide you on steps to uploaded favicon on your Website.

Basically, we can upload favicon in DNN websites either by using the Favicon upload option or by the Enter URL Link option from Site Settings.


The favicon is an important aspect of a site's brand identity and is an important attribute which needs to be customized for marketing purposes:


1. Navigate to Admin >  Site Settings.

2. Click on the country flag icon associated with the culture (language) to be updated. This field only displays when multiple languages are enabled. See "Viewing a Site in a Secondary Language".

3. Select the Basic Settings tab and expand the Appearance section.

4. At Logo, select from these options:

5. To select an existing image, select the folder where the file is located from the Folder drop down list, begin entering the file name into the File text box and select the required file from the search results.

6. Click the Upload File button to select the file from the local computer - OR - Drag the image file from the computer and release it over the "Drop File(s) Here" window.

7. At Body Background, select a new or existing image as detailed above. The background image will be tiled on all site pages, unless the skin applied to the page includes a background image.

8. At Favicon.ico, select a new or existing image as detailed above. Only files with an *.ico extension can be selected at this field, as these are the only files supported by Internet Explorer.

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Packet Drop On bond0

This article will help to fix packet drop on bond0. Here, you will learn more about packet loss. 

In Linux, in order to connect more than one network interfaces into a single interface, a special kernel module named bonding is used.

Here, two or more network interfaces can be connected into a single logical “bonded” interface.

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DNN reset host password in database

This article will guide you on how to perform DNN reset host passwords in the database easily. 

Forgot DNN host password? 

1. DNN host account is the superuser or administrator of DotNetNuke websites. 

2. If you lost host or admin password for DNN site, you do not need to create a new DNN site again unless it is new installation. 

3. By the way, it is easy to create a new one if not yet. 

4. Do not miss out this guide to set up DNN website. 

5. DNN site has the password retrieval system which can help you recover password for non-superuser accounts. 

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SPF record cPanel

This article will guide you on how to enable SPF record in #cPanel to reduce the chances of spoofing and thus saves the confidential information from being corrupted.

An #SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record is a type of TXT record in your #DNS zone file.

SPF allows email senders to define which #IP addresses are allowed to send mail for a particular domain.

To enable SPF record in cPanel:

1. Go to Add a record (or edit your #record if you already have one).

2. Name: enter the name of your #domain or subdomain used in your sender e-mail address.

3. TTL: enter 14400.

4. Type: select #TXT.

5. TXT Data: Enter your SPF record (e.g. v=spf1 a mx ~all)

6. Save your modifications.

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