What many people don't realize is that malware uses automatic scanners that are constantly scanning the internet on ALL public IP addresses.
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Website and online security should be at the forefront of any avid internet users' mind. Learn the risks and safety protocols of surfing the web.
Don't fall victim to the nefarious plans of cyber criminals. Secure your website in 18 different ways from compromises
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.
Installing and Configuring Configserver Security & Firewall (CSF). ConfigServer Firewall will work as a WHM plugin. Here are the instructions...
Set up FirewallD on CentOS 7, a relatively easy and straightforward process. FirewallD is a firewall management tool that CentOS 7 servers offer by default.
What is an SSL certificate? SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. What an SSL certificate does is it encrypts information entered on a website so the only...