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HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) protects against HTTP downgrade attacks by forcing browsers to only make secure connections with your domain. Adding NGINX HSTS is similar to and designed to work with SSL redirects. The HSTS header embeds the redirect code within the user’s web browser. The security HTTP header is supported by the most Read More >

Add HSTS in Zenphoto

The HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) HTTP header ensures web browsers always load your image gallery with HTTPS. After you force SSL usage, follow below to add HSTS in Zenphoto. Warning: Once enabled, HSTS disallows the user from overriding an invalid or self-signed certificate message. Your website will be inaccessible without a valid SSL. Add Read More >

Add HSTS in Drupal 8 with the Security Kit Module

Adding HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) in Drupal 8 forces web browsers to only load your website with a valid SSL certificate. This improves Drupal security against downgrade attacks and similar man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks. HSTS is similar to a HTTP to HTTPS redirect but within the browser. Below we’ll cover how to install the Security Read More >

Force HSTS using .htaccess

HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) protects users from cookie hijacking and protocol downgrade attacks by forcing browsers to request HTTPS pages from your domain. HSTS is similar to a 301 redirect from HTTP to HTTPS but at the browser level. There may be a specific HSTS configuration appropriate for your website. The following are less Read More >

The Ultimate Guide to Optimizing WordPress Performance

In our Ultimate Guide to High Performance WordPress for High Traffic Sites, we will show you how to identify and fix common performance issues with WordPress and the server it’s hosted on. Our guide combines over 20 years of experience of fine-tuning servers, CDNs, and website code to deliver high performance WordPress sites. If you’re Read More >

Cloud Server Security – Best Practices

Cloud server setup can vary greatly since you are free to utilize any combination of software and applications to fit your needs. Opting for a cloud server versus a cPanel-managed VPS means greater control over your Linux operating system (OS) and environment. But, this also means that it’s your responsibility to implement measures to help Read More >

How to Install Drupal in Control Web Panel

Drupal is a popular content management system (CMS) for security conscious professionals who want to develop highly customized backend solutions and integrations. InMotion Hosting is a trusted Drupal host and contributor, with years of experience supporting Drupal users globally. Below we’ll cover how to install Drupal in Control Web Panel (CWP), formerly known as CentOS Read More >

10 Magento Security Tips

It is important to stay on top of Magento security practices to protect your website and customer data against cyber intrusions. Below we’ll cover some tips for hardening your Magento website hosting and web server. Initial Setup The following tips should be done during the Magento installation. However, there are still ways to implement them Read More >

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Force HTTPS on Joomla 4

One of the first things you should do when you install a new website is install an SSL certificate, free or paid, to encrypt traffic. Then, you must force HTTPS on Joomla 4 traffic. Neither are difficult tasks to complete and both instantly secure Joomla for you and your visitors.  cPanel server hosting includes AutoSSL, Read More >

Joomla 4 Security HTTP Headers

Learning how to secure Joomla 4 is easier than ever before. With the pre-installed HTTP Headers Joomla plugin, you can add up to ten security HTTP headers to protect your data against next-generation cyber attacks. How to Secure Joomla 4 with HTTP Headers Log into your Joomla 4 administrator dashboard (e.g. Select System from Read More >

Improve ownCloud Server Security

How secure is ownCloud? As with most stable software, the answer depends on how well you protect your instance against ownCloud security issues. There are many ownCloud vulnerabilities listed in the National Vulnerability Database (NVD). Fortunately, there are many countermeasures you can implement to protect your ownCloud server from these and server level cyber intrusions. Read More >

Improve SEO with the Metatag Drupal Module

Drupal Metatag provides many advanced features to negate the need for search engine optimization (SEO) modules that only add one or two features. This is great because Drupal SEO should always be a high priority for branding and marketing efforts. However, you don’t want to compromise website security and performance to reach more potential customers. Read More >

HTTP Headers WordPress Plugin for Better Security

The HTTP Headers WordPress plugin allows WordPress Hosting administrators to create and manage HTTP headers to improve security, privacy, and performance for visitors without needing to manually edit the .htaccess file. This is useful for: In this article, we’ll discuss the most popular HTTP security headers available within the HTTP Headers WordPress plugin that can Read More >

AutoSSL with Cloudflare

The Cloudflare content delivery network (CDN) service works well when you need a faster website and your web hosting plan doesn’t include an SSL certificate. In this case, you’d likely be using Cloudflare’s Flexible SSL/TLS encryption mode. This means only traffic between your viewers and Cloudflare is encrypted, not between Cloudflare and your origin web Read More >

How to Add Referrer-Policy and X-Frame-Options in Zenphoto

After installing the Zenphoto image gallery content management system (CMS), available in Softaculous, there are multiple ways to easily improve website security: Force HTTPS (SSL certificate) Enforce minimum password strength Data privacy settings for GDPR and CCPA compliance But as stated in our Web Hosting New Year’s Resolutions for 2020 blog earlier this year, there Read More >