We show you how to use SSH keys, hosts.allow files, ports, fail2ban, permissions, updates, and tools to secure Linux servers.
Category archives: Security - Page 1
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In this tutorial, we will start by discussing the basic firewalld concepts, and then use them to configure a firewall on CentOS 8.
Password is not a password... Let's take a look at the best practices for creating a highly secure and easy to remember password.
In this detailed guide, we take you through the steps to installing and configuring Apache SpamAssassin on cPanel for the best results.
Here are the instructions to easily complete a basic ConfigServer Firewall installation and configure it to your requirements.
Here we show you how to set up FirewallD on CentOS 7 if you’re running a web server, SSH on port 7022 and mail server.
In this post, we look at what an SSL certificate is and why you should have one installed on your website.