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January, 2013

  • 28 January

    Benefits of Having a Dedicated Server UK

    dedicated server

    As the name suggests, a dedicated erver is put in place for use only by a single client. This is usually preferred by business and organizations since the set up is customized to meet the needs of the organization. Access to data is convenient and the organization also gets to …

July, 2010

  • 26 July

    Server Security Tips

    1. Do not allow direct root/administrator login 2. Make sure passwords are secure and changed regularly (by force if necessary) 3. Use a network firewall, such as APF 4. Use an application firewall, such as ModSecurity 5. Chroot all non-root users to keep them out of system directories 6. Use …

June, 2010

  • 8 June

    Joomla Security Tips Part 3

    joomlaconfig

    In the two previous parts of the Joomla security series, we looked at various configuration settings both prior and after installation. Here are some important security steps to take during installation. 1. Move the configuration.php outside of the root document directory. For example, if you directory is /home/user/www/public_html, you can …

  • 3 June

    More Joomla Security Tips

    joomla sucirity

    Yesterday, I highlighted some of the critical Joomla security issues that you should consider. Here are a few more you should add to your list: All of these can be set within your local php.ini directory (if your server allows it), rather than manipulating the global one for the server. …

September, 2009

  • 11 September

    When Google Calls Your Site Malicious

    Question: Google flagged my website as containing malicious code. What can I do to fix it? Answer: Many people assume that they have a security breach in their server if Google flags them. While this is sometimes true, it is often a much easier problem to fix. If you are …

July, 2009

  • 10 July

    Korean DDoS malware may self destruct

    Earlier this week, we reported a series of attacks on key South Korean and U.S. government servers that took some of them offline. The attacks are still under investigation, but a blog post on the Washington Post’s website suggests that the botnet being used to deliver the DDoS (distributed denial …

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