Postfix – Configuration Tips to Fight Spam

Postfix Configuration Tips to Fight Spam

In this guide you will learn how to tweak the default postfix configuration for incoming emails. In Postfix configuration you need to add or edit following directives on /etc/postfix/main.cf configuration file. All configuration directives are explained in the postfix website. Postfix Configuration Parameters smtpd_helo_required = yes Require that a remote SMTP client introduces itself with … Read more

Extending ClamAV Signatures with RFXN Database for PHP Malware’s

extending clamav signatures

You can use 3rd party compiled malware and virus signature databases to extend ClamAV signature database collection with better detection PHP malwares. RFXN (R-FX NETWORKS) Database signature are updated typically once per day or more frequently depending on incoming threat data from the LMD checkout feature, IPS malware extraction and other sources. Installation Add the … Read more

Add RBL list to cPanel server

Add RBL list to cPanel server

This tutorial we show how you can use the RBLs interface to configure your mail server to check incoming mail against the available RBLs. Your server will block the incoming messages if the IP address or hostname matches an cPanel RBL entry. RBL is short for “Real-time Blackhole List.” RBL servers keep lists of spam-heavy … Read more

Install IPSET to CSF Firewall

install ipset to csf

Servers running iptables with CSF firewall can become slow and bogged down while processing the sometimes hundreds of IP addresses in CSF’s iptables chains. Thankfully, it is possible to quickly and easily alleviate this slowdown by installing and configuring a took called ipset. IP sets are a framework inside the Linux kernel that can store … Read more

Configure Two-Factor Authentication for WHM/cPanel

Configure Two-Factor Authentication for WHM or 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 … Read more

How to Add Two-Factor Authentication in WordPress

Wordpress Two-Factor authentication plugins

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 … Read more

Howto Configure CSF with cPanel server

Configure CSF with cPanel

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 … Read more

Install CSF firewall on cPanel server

csf firewall

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 … Read more