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How to Securing Web Server

Here in this tutorial we are talking about the basics of the steps required when securing Web server. Hacking is regularly performed by automated scripts written to scour the Internet in an attempt to exploit known website security issues in software. Here are 8 basic tips to help keep your server safe secure and online. […]

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SSL Certificate For free – Let’s Encrypt

Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority (CA) that offers FREE SSL certificates that are just as secure as current paid certificates. The encryption within HTTPS is intended to provide benefits like confidentiality, integrity and identity. Your information remains confidential from prying eyes because only your browser and the server can decrypt the traffic. Integrity […]

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Securing Directadmin Server

ssh If possible, don’t allow user login ssh to the server. Also disable root user login and use sudo to gain root access. Change: Restart ssh server! Note: Make sure you installed sudo and sudoers to your user! Filesystem You can prevent and hide access certain folders and files. php.ini There are certain functions in […]

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How detect malware

When you scan server files with Clamdscan or Maldet your scanner give postitive result and Extra ClamAV signatures to better ratio detect malware. We using clamdscan scanner to scan files. Example user www files: Now we open content-none.php file to look better: The first looks, there is no anything, but if you look better first […]

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Securing cpanel server

php.ini Securing cpanel php.ini in controlpanel or manually. Login cpanel control panel and goto: Home » Software » MultiPHP INI Editor Find disable_functions: Change “disabled_functions =” to: Or manually change files below: Install ClamAV Scanner To install or uninstall ClamAV Scanner, use WHM’s Manage Plugins interface (Home » cPanel » Manage Plugins). Offical Ducumentation Install […]

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How To Set Up a Firewall Using Iptables

Setting up a good firewall is an essential step to take in securing any modern operating system. Most Linux distributions ship with a few different firewall tools that we can use to configure our firewalls. In this guide, we’ll be covering the iptables firewall. A good starting point is check the current rules that are […]

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Protect SSH With Two-Factor Authentication

To extra protect your SSH server with an two-factor authentication, you can use the Google Authenticator PAM module. Every time you login ssh to server you have to enter extra the code from your smartphone. note: If you activate the google-authenticator for a normal user but not for root you can’t login with the root […]

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Linux Server Hardening Security Tips

Securing your Linux server is important to protect your and customers data, intellectual property, and time, from the hands of crackers/hackers. The system administrator is responsible for security Linux Server. 1. Use only Encrypt Data Communication Because all data transmitted over a network is open to monitoring. Encrypt transmitted data whenever possible with password or […]

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HTTPOXY Vulnerability

The HTTPOXY vulnerability which has been found recently is a vulnerability that affects applications that run in cgi or cgi-like environments. This means that the issue affects almost all web servers including Apache and Nginx and also most PHP applications. Even the mod_php mode on apache is affected. There is a common system environment variable […]

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