The log itself is in /var/log/lfd.log – this provides you with all the information about what lfd is doing. lfd is the process that keeps track of many things: login failures (technically it is called the “login failure daemon”) but also other irregularities on a hosting platform: long running processes, user-run script executions, root logins, things like that.
Another way is to look at the output of the ‘csf -g’ command.
Its full use is: csf -g ip.address.goes.here
This will show you real-time whether or not a certain ip is accepted or dropped (denied). If the IP does not show up when searched this way, then csf/lfd have no blocks or accepts on the IP in particular, at which point server-wide firewall settings will still apply; for example a server-wide deny to a certain port.
To manually unblock, you can use the ‘csf -dr ip.addr.here‘
After July 1, 2012 the sales tax only applies when:
Computer software will be subject to sales or use tax if it meets all of the following criteria:
The software is pre-packaged for repeated sale or license;
The use of the software is governed by a tear-open non-negotiable license agreement;
The software is delivered to the customer in a tangible medium.
Software is not delivered to the customer in a tangible medium if it is provided through an application service provider, delivered by electronic software delivery, or transferred by load and leave software delivery. As a result we will be able to pass on the tax saving on rented software to our customers.