reverse proxy – Configure a webservice as subdirectory of a domain hosted in a different server

I have a website with an hosted domain in a PC (A) with local network IP and a service running on a different server hosted in a different PC (B) running at the address with no public domain.

Now I want that the service on (B) works as subdirectory of the website hosted in (A) so that if access it works using the public domain of (A) at mysubdirectory

What is the configuration should I use to do this correctly?

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caml query – Add multiple Fields For the CamlQuery in Sharepoint Hosted App

I try to filter two Fields or more that is clean of null values, it works for the first field but it does not for the second:

<View><Query><Where><IsNotNull><FieldRef Name='CustomField'/></IsNotNull><IsNotNull><FieldRef Name='LaborCategory'/></IsNotNull></Where></Query></View> hosting – How many users can WordPress handle which is hosted in Google Cloud Platform micro instance free forever tier?

I have a basic understanding that it majorly depends on the server configuration (shared or similar hosting) when it comes to estimating the number of users that a WordPress website can handle. When we talk about shared hosting or similar solutions there are many companies that claim to offer unlimited bandwidth which is rarely the truth.

I have found out that in the case of a hosting platform where bandwidth is clearly mentioned the number of visitors per month can be estimated using a widely accepted formula which is:
Bandwidth needed = Average Page Views x Average Page Size x Average Daily Visitors x Number of days in a month (31) x Redundant Factor,

In other words Average Monthly Visitors = (Bandwidth) / (Average Page size x Redundant Factor)
For example, A shared hosting with 70 GB of bandwidth per month will only be able to handle around 5310 visitors per month if the average page size is 3mb and the average page view per user is 3 pages. I am not sure how plugins will change these numbers. Any idea how plugins like Woocommerce can change these numbers if it will do so?

However, my main query here is that I am trying to wrap my hand around how Google Could Platform micro instance ( Forever Free Tier ) would handle visitors in terms of numbers per month with a similar size WordPress website and plugins.

web application – Dreamhost hosted wordpress site attacked – SSH password was changed – Need help assesing attack vector

My client had his wordpress site attacked, his site is not a juici target, the attack consisted in redirecting the site to another site.

That in itself is no surprise, the weird thing is that both the SSH (For context, the site is on a vps on dreamhost, so no root access.) and FTP passwords have been changed. AFAIK this cant be done, even with arbitrary code execution if both of these are true.

  • code is run under a non root user and current password is not known.
  • no root access.

My analysis:

My hipothesis is that the attacker got into my client’s dreamhost account (because I verified he used a known password and email combination) and used dreamhost’s panel to change the ssh user’s password, but it’s weird that the attacker did not change dreamhost’s account password itself, he just changed the ssh user password and the ftp password.

Also the .bash-history shows no commands other than the 2 silly commands that made the site redirect somewhere else (that makes me think it was a bot, no ls, no exploration, nothing, just a wp options command used a single time to redirect the site).

I’m trying to asses if any other vectors could do this.
I have not found any evidence of file tampering, the password for the wordpress site itself was not changed, I checked all the files that have been modified the week before the attack, nothing looks out of place, since .bash-history was not cleaned it seems that the attacker was not worried about cleaning his tracks.

the question:

Could some arbitrary php or bash code under permissions 755, property of a non-root user, change that account’s password without knowing the password previously? please suggest possible vectors.

As far as I know any command capable of changing the user’s password will always ask for the current password.

root’s password is an unlikely vector, since is not even known to us,dreamhost does not provide it.
Also no linux user passwords in plain text exist in the source at the home directory of the user or below, or anywhere else as far as I know.

amazon aws – What Authorization email to select for a domain hosted Plesk on AWS when trying to sign up with SNDS and JMRP?

It has been a long battle with Microsoft to have them whitelist my IP address of the LightSail AWS server. When I go to the Join SNDS and JMRP ( page it is asking to enter the IP address, but then the selected Authorization email is not one I have access to.

The domain is hosted on AWS’s Lightsail and uses Plesk to manage it. The available emails are
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Anyone has any idea how to continue here?

list – SharePoint Hosted App – Error – Failed to install sharepoint add-in while deployment

I have created site columns then add them to Content type, till here everything work. but when i create list and generate the content type columns to the list i get the error below while deployment.

error occurred in deployment step ‘install sharepoint add-in’: failed to install sharepoint add-in. >please see the output window for details.

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dns – How do I access my externally hosted subdomain using “www”?

Current Setup

  • My domain is being hosted through Wix.
  • I’m using my Greengeeks Reseller account to host my business emails.
  • I’m using that same Reseller account to host the subdomain and that works successfully.
  • This means in Wix’s DNS settings I have inserted MX records and an A record that both point to Greengeeks.

I was not aware of the “www” issue and installed a free Zero SSL certificate on the subdomain. That is when I noticed “www” is not protected under the SSL. I tried visiting my page through “www” and realized I could not even visit the page this way. I researched this and tried inserting a CNAME record at Greengeeks AND at Wix but neither change allows me to visit the page through “www”.

Example of how I’m setting up the CNAME record: – – 14400

So here is my question…

How do I access my externally hosted subdomain using “www”?

WCF Service Hosted In IIS Unable to Connect to SQL Server and display In SharePoint Online External List

I have Hosted a WCF service in IIS and I am using SharePoint designer 2013 to connect to BCS of SharePoint online.
I am able to create the external content type and external content list but when I access the external list I am getting the below error

A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a connection to SQL Server. The server was not found or was not accessible. Verify that the instance name is correct and that SQL Server is configured to allow remote connections. (provider: SQL Network Interfaces, error: 26 – Error Locating Server/Instance Specified)

I have given all the required permission in SQL server to make it accessible and have checked it its accessible

I have hosted the same WCF service which is hosted in IIS in Azure App Service and its working fine and the data is getting pulled and being displayed in External list

below is my web config of WCF Service

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Can you please help me

Thank you
Syed Shadab Mohammed