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WatchDog vs PermitRootLogin AND Black zone with privvmpages

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by uttgm, Jan 23, 2007.

  1. uttgm

    uttgm Guest

    Hello to everybody,

    I have some problems regarding my VPS account, where I use Plesk.
    Daily I receive an email from watchdog where it tells me:
    "Security scanning generated the following warnings (the full scanning log
    is available at /var/log/rkhunter.log):

    [10:47:41] Warning: root login possible. Change for your safety the 'PermitRootLogin'
    [10:47:41] Warning: SSH version 1 possible allowed!"

    and on Virtuozzo
    at QoS Alerts in the listing I found:
    Black zone ----- privvmpages

    ...And I have to restart VPS.
    The servers crashes(?) when I read an email via webmail, and I change something in Plesk and Memory statistics is always near these values: 3.8 GB of 3.8 GB used; 29.2 MB available.

    Can somebody tell me, what I have to do to solved these problems?

    Thank you in advance!

    Best regards,