Replace Apache Servername in HTTP Headers

HTTP header modifications can harden your Linux server and obfuscate sensitive data to make cyber reconnaissance harder for cyber attackers. It is for this reason that many Linux system administrators decide to change Apache servername HTTP header information. HTTP responses from your Apache server will include the following by default: HTTP/1.1 200 OKDate: Mon, 10 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 >

How to Use the HTTP Headers WordPress Plugin for Better Security

HTTP Headers WordPress Plugin for Security

The HTTP Headers WordPress plugin allows WordPress 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: Mitigating the possibility of you making syntax mistakes within the .htaccess file which render the website inaccessible with an 500 error Read More >

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 >

Set Thunderbird to Trust Junk Mail Headers

Spam filtering and other email authentication methods help protect you against phishing scams such as the “on this day I hacked your OS” email. The Spam Filters cPanel plugin (formerly called: SpamAssassin) adds headers to emails marked as spam. This allows email clients like Thunderbird to filter flagged emails that are pulled from the web Read More >

Force HTTPS in Zenphoto

Better secure your Zenphoto image galleries with a free or paid SSL certificate on your domain. Then, follow our steps below to learn how to Force HTTPS and remove the redirect for troubleshooting. Get root access and more control over security with our managed VPS Hosting plans. Force HTTPS Login to Zenphoto. Hover over Options Read More >

Add Schemas With the Insert Headers and Footers WordPress Plugin

InMotion Hosting now offers superior WordPress Hosting that can fit into any budget. There are many WordPress web design techniques to improve search engine optimization (SEO) – e.g. popular keywords, plugins (notably Yoast or All in One SEO), and schemas. schemas provide a small box of important info along with search engine results for Read More >

@var – Joomla DocBlock headers

Please note the following: This article is supporting documentation for our tutorial, using DocBlocks in Joomla. There is official documentation that references what headers to use in your DocBlocks (such as @copyright and @license), but documentation is missing that outlines what values to use for each header. In an effort to learn what values to Read More >