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Linux Iptables: HowTo Block or Open HTTP/Web Service Port 80 & 443

Source: nixCraft By default Apache webserver listen on port 80 (http) and port 443 (https i.e. secure http). Apache webserver ...
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Using Iptables to Block Brute Force Attacks

Source: MDLog:/sysadmin We can use the iptables recent module to write some iptables rules that can block brute force attacks. In ...
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Get Weather Reports from the Command Line with finger

Checking weather: purpose of the command There’s no shortage of methods to retrieve a weather report, the web is full ...
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Installer Putty sur Mac

Source: Putty est un petit soft pour Linux et Windows qui permet de gérer les connexions SSH de ses ...
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Around the time of the HP-67, an article in the Hewlett-Packard Journal, stated that electronic technology was no longer the ...
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How To Configure Redis Caching to Speed Up WordPress on Ubuntu 14.04

IntroductionRedis is an open-source key value store that can operate as both an in-memory store and as cache. Redis is ...
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Running Commands on a Remote Linux / UNIX Host

Remote Linux CommandsYou would like to execute a command on a remote Linux/FreeBSD/Solaris/UNIX host and have the result displayed locally ...
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Let’s Encrypt

How It Works Anyone who has gone through the trouble of setting up a secure website knows what a hassle ...
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