NGINX Basics For Debian Server

NGINX is not only a popular reverse proxy option, it’s a complete standalone web server. In this article, you’ll learn some NGINX basics to get up and running on your Debian server right away. NGINX Basics For Debian Uninstalling Apache Editing Your Configuration Files (Symlink or No?) Sample NGINX Configuration For a Basic Website Sample Read More >

How to Enable HTTP/2 in Apache

cPanel administrators can log into WebHost Manager (WHM) and enable HTTP/2 with EasyApache4 with a slider. Unmanaged server administrators don’t have that pretty graphical interface for this task, excluding maybe those using Webmin, Vesta Control Panel, or another system administration interface.  Regardless, it is still a quick, straight-forward process to enable HTTP/2 support on Apache Read More >

How to Install the ModSecurity Apache Module

The Apache web server software can be customized to suit your needs with many third party modules. One of the most popular Apache security modules is ModSecurity. It operates as a signature-based firewall, capable of blocking cross-site scripting (XSS), brute force attacks, and known code injection attacks for dynamic websites that depend on SQL and Read More >

How to Set Up Laravel

Laravel is a free, open-source PHP framework used for software development that can be installed on both Linux personal computers and servers. While installing Laravel via the application installer Softaculous, you may have come across an error message such as this this: Required PHP version greater than equal to 7.2.5 found version is : 7.1.3 Read More >

How to Review Bash History

When working in a Linux command-line interface (CLI), you may find yourself wondering exactly what commands you ran during the course of your workflow. Fortunately, most Linux operating systems store your commands in a bash history file, which is a stored list of all commands a given user has entered into the system. By reviewing Read More >

What is SELinux?

As cybersecurity becomes increasingly necessary, it is useful to familiarize yourself with some common security infrastructures that are used on modern web servers and personal computers. For Linux users, one such infrastructure is SELinux, the Linux kernel security module that dictates access control security policies, including mandatory access controls (MAC). SELinux consists of a set Read More >

What is wget?

While there are many different ways to download files from the internet, most of them rely on the use of a web browser or some other piece of software. For instances where you simply want to download a single file from an online source, you may find the wget command to be the perfect solution. Read More >