13Ιούν2016

Changing the SSH Port for Your Linux Server

Changing the SSH Port for Your Linux Server Αλλαγή της θύρας SSH για Linux Server σας You can change the default SSH port for your Linux server as an added security measure. Make sure the new SSH port does not conflict with any known or blocked ports To Change the SSH Port for Your Linux […]

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3Ιαν2014

Cleaning Up Your /tmp

Cleaning Up Your /tmp…The Safe Way   find /tmp -type f -name sess_* | xargs rm -f Cron Job to Delete files in /tmp directory First create the script and test it. Here is a sample script that you would then need to modify: #!/bin/sh find /tmp -type f -name sess_* | xargs rm -f #remove […]

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2Σεπ2013

Install Htop for RHEL, CentOS & Fedora

What is Htop? Htop is an interactive and real time process monitoring application for Linux. It shows complete list of processes running and easy to use for normal tasks. We can interact with mouse those who love to play with mouse. You can scroll vertically to view the full process list, and scroll horizontally to view […]

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12Ιούν2013

Install ConfigServer Apps On A cPanel/WHM Server

ConfigServer provide a range of paid and free applications, including a significantly more advanced firewall, that plug directly into WHM on your cPanel server. These applications are highly recommended for anyone who is serious about the security of their cPanel Server, as they not only provide enhanced security functionality, but also allow you to easily manage a […]

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30Απρ2013

How to Secure your Dedicated Server

(RedHat Linux + Cpanel)   Finally. You got the dedicated server you always wanted. Now you’re a real webhost. No more reseller accounts. Yeah ….  . BUT – now all the responsibility in keeping that server up and running is up on your shoulders. The very first things after getting your server is to make it […]

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