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How to Password Protect Your WordPress Site?

If you want to set your site as private, setting up a password can definitely come in handy. In this article, you will learn a few methods on how to password protect your website and why it’s a good idea to have one in the first place. Why Password Protect Your Website? Websites are usually […]

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RBL – Fight SPAM With Postfix

Using RBL is really efficient and pretty lightweight. All it take is some DNS queries and if you were going to receive a lot of spam email from the same client, this DNS entries will be cached in your (local) DNS. To get some figures on how many emails get caught through, on a server […]

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Configure Two-Factor Authentication for WHM/cPanel

Even if you still have a handy password for your account, you still want account to be as safe as possible. Two Factor Authentication gives you an additional layer of security when accessing your cPanel/WHM account. In this guide we will discuss how to setup, configure, and use two step authentication options within the Web […]

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How to Add Two-Factor Authentication in WordPress

Have you noticed that sites like Facebook and Google now give you the ability to add two-factor authentication to enhance security? Well now you can add to two-factor authentication to your WordPress site. This ensures maximum security for your WordPress site. In this article, we will show you how to add two-factor authentication to the […]

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Howto Configure CSF with cPanel server

What Is Configserver Security And Firewall (CSF) ? CSF is commonly used firewall that provides a good level of protection with easy to manage commands. It is used for Login/Intrusion detection, SSH login notification, Excessive connection blocking, Suspicious file reporting etc. In this tutorial, we will go through the Configuration of CSF in cPanel server […]

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Install CSF firewall on cPanel server

Config Server Firewall (CSF) is a firewall that provides a good level of protection with easy of managing commands. From list of security plugins available, this is the widely used security tool that can protect Linux server against attacks like brute force,malware attacks, phishing etc..This is a free plugin and have well developed interface for […]

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Install cPanel and cPGuard to CentOS 7.x

This tutorial we installing cPanel server with cPGuard plugin. First need fresh minimal install of CentOS. Installation Requirements Minimum of 1 GB RAM (but 2 GB recommended). At least 20GB of free disk space (but 40 GB recommended). A valid cPanel license. Standard hostname (FQDN or Fully Qualified Domain Name) Perl Please note: Once you […]

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Uninstall CSF Firewall

Installation and Removing of CSF and LFD is even more simple. Along with installation CSF provides uninstallation script in configuration folder.You can uninstall CSF firewall by running following script from the terminal. In cPanel servers: Code: cd /etc/csf sh uninstall.sh In DirectAdmin servers: Code: cd /etc/csf sh uninstall.directadmin.sh In No-Panel Linux servers: Code: cd /etc/csf […]

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How to Install Nginx with ModSecurity v3.0

Mod Security is an open-source web-based firewall application (or WAF) supported by different web servers: Apache, Nginx and IIS. Mod Security’s Open Source availability has resulted in it becoming one of the world’s most popular Web application firewalls and this application layer firewall is developed by Trustwave’s SpiderLabs and released under Apache License 2.0. Mod […]

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Security Tips for SSH service

Ssh is the main tool/service used by a system administrator for doing the troubleshooting and other admin related tasks. If we have ssh root access, we can do anything on the server. So in order to keep the server secure, we need to follow some security practices related to ssh service. Since it is a […]

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