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Setup openvas on linux Debian and Ubuntu

OpenVAS software framework is a great security tool checking if the system is vulnerable by means of scanning and Management. It helps to safeguard the server from unauthorized access.


To Install OpenVAS on Ubuntu:

By default, the OpenVAS package is not available in the Ubuntu 16.04 repository, so you will need to add OpenVAS PPA to your system's repository list.

1. Add the OpenVAS PPA.

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mrazavi/openvas

2. Update the repository.

$ sudo apt-get update

3. Finally, install OpenVAS.

$ sudo apt-get install openvas

4. Once OpenVAS has finished installing, start the OpenVAS service with the following commands:

$ sudo systemctl start openvas-scanner

$ sudo systemctl start openvas-manager

$ sudo systemctl start openvas-gsa

Fix Cloudflare error 1018

Cloudflare error 1018 is a common Cloudflare error which affects a domain whose DNS is hosted on the Cloudflare network in the case when cloudflare cannot resolve to the domain when trying to access it on a browser.


To resolve Cloudflare error 1016:

1. Verify your Cloudflare DNS settings include an A record that points to a valid IP address that resolves via a DNS lookup tool.

2. For a CNAME record pointing to a different domain, ensure that the target domain resolves via a DNS lookup tool.


Generally, to fix Cloudflare errors:

1. Contact your site administrator or hosting provider to eliminate these common causes.

2. Ensure your origin web server is responsive.

3. Review origin web server error logs to identify web server application crashes or outages.

4. Confirm Cloudflare IP addresses are not blocked or rate limited.

Easy fix to SQL error 5023

From time to time, we do receive SQL related server bugs queries of which one of it was "SQL error 5023".

This SQL error is very catastrophic and it tends to disrupt the SQL server when it is trying to start up.


To fix SQL Server Error 1225:

1. Click WindowsKey + R and enter services. msc.

2. Once Services opens scroll down and locate service SQL Server.

3. Highlight the service and click START.

4. Wait for the service to start and retry to connect to your MSSQL instance.

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