Modules in Apache Web Server

Core Modules New functions are in the form of modules. Every module has their own directives Easy to download,install and configure Define modules, use their syntaxes to use that functions…

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Directory Structure of Apache Web Server

Apache HTTPD – Directory Structure CORE/common Directories conf modules htdocs logs New structure in Yum/RPM base installation conf conf.d conf.modules.d modules htdocs logs Structure in Tarball/source code base installation conf…

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Installation Of Apache HTTP Web Server

How many ways you can install Apache? Installation Types1.Yum Based2.RPM Based3.Source code/ Tar ball Based Apache install on Centos 7 (Yum Base) 1.Check OS version # cat /etc/*release 2.Install apache…

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What is LAMP Stack?

What is Stack? The term stack(derived from “solution stack”) refers to a collection of different software programs that “stack” together to create a plateform necesary to support application software. These…

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Best practices to secure your Apache Web Server

Server Version Banner should be removed. I’d say this is one of the first things to think about, because you don’t want to reveal your web server version. By exposing…

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Best Practices of Linux Security

User Security Password Security Securing the root account File System Security System Security User Security Avoid shared accounts Ensure each user is assigned a unique account name and a unique…

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Linux Security Tools

Vulnerability Assessment with Nessus Traffic Security with Ethereal Web Proxying with Squid Vulnerability Assessment with Nessus Nessus is a vulnerability assessment tool Comes built-in with most distros More than just…

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How to Detecting and Stopping Attacks in Linux

System Auditing System Logging Network Intrusion Detection with Snort Host File Integrity with Tripwire System Auditing Auditing can track system activities to warn sysadmin of suspicious activity Allows sysadmin to…

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Complete Referance of Secure Networking in Linux

OpenSSH Samba NIS NFS Securing FTP and HTTP servers OpenSSH Open source version of SSH that normally comes with OpenBSD Comes with several distros or downloadable Linux ports have ‘p’…

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Complete Referance of Linux Security Mechanisms

TCP Wrappers etc/hosts allow and deny inted and xinetd PAMs SELinux Unsecure Linux Utilities TCP Wrappers TCP Wrappers is built into most distros Adds IP filtering capability Enables access logging…

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Complete Referance of Firewalls in Linux Security

Introduction to Firewalls IP Tables Dedicated Linux Firewalls Introduction to Firewalls Firewalls protect network perimeters Not total security solution, but important part of defense in depth strategy Firewalls act as…

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Complete Referance of Hardening in Linux Security

System Hardening Overview Batille Securing X-Windows Securing Linux Daemons Security patches Security Benchmarks System Hardening Overview Linux, like other operatingsystems, is not secure “out of the box” Security increases as…

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Complete Referance of Encryption in Linux Security

Introduction to Encryption Using GNU GPG Using SSH Hashing Utilities Using PKI Certificates in Linux Introduction to Ecryption Linux has built-in ability to encrypt files Protects files in storage Protection…

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Complete Referance of Linux Security

Course Outline Introduction To Linux Security Secure Linux Installation Securing The Linux Boot Process User Accounts and Groups File System Security and Permissions Introduction To Linux Security A bit About…

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Java Installation Guide in Linux

Download and Install JDK/JRE 7 in Centos & RHEL Download and Install JDK/JRE 8 in Centos & RHEL Download and Install JDK/JRE 9 in Centos & RHEL Download and Install…

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Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS display “34 updates can be installed immediately.”

Try Below Commands to update packages A reboot may or may not be necessary (sudo shutdown -r 0) For my machine i use only below command Note : if you…

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Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS displays “There is 1 zombie process” upon login

To Check the zombie process run below command and Then kill the parent process 👉 For more details read below tutorial on this topic: Click Here

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XAMPP: Another web server is already running

Step 1: Stop the Apache Step 2: and Then Restart Apache 👉 if above command will not work in your machine then do below steps: Step 1 : check the…

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npm

NPM Error: Node Sass does not yet support your current environment

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