mdimport -d4 <path to file>
This will cough up what Spotlight knows about the file.
I recently came across the WordFence plugin and installed it here. So far, it looks like a winner. What is most enticing about it is the deep discounts they offer for multiple sites. I’m seriously thinking about buying a multi-site license and offering it to my customers as part of the hosting package.
Twice now, I’ve had user accounts hacked, with php files installed that allow the hacker to send email out through our server. The first one was rather easy to detect and remove, but this second attack proved much more difficult. Here’s how I finally succeeded. Continue reading “Website hacked, used as spam sender”
From a hints.macworld.com article, Aug 08, 2012 07:30AM • Contributed by kirkmc.
I came across this Apple technical note this morning, which describes how to flush the DNS cache on your Mac…
Go there for more details, or grab the pertinent info here:
OS X 10.5 & 10.6: sudo dscacheutil -flushcache
OS X 10.7 & 10.8: sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder
In the Mountain Lion Server User configuration panel, you can set a disk quota for each user. Be warned that setting a “really large” quota (500GB in my test) can cause quota errors. I don’t know whether the value is setting a high bit and ‘going negative’ or overflowing some variable so it wraps around to a small value, but there it is.