How to install Roundcube on your website at /mail directory

Roundcube is one of the most popular free web based email clients on the Internet. cPanel comes with Roundcube installed by default, however you can also install roundcube on your website using a custom directory to avoid using cPanel default installation. Roundcube is the webmail client that saved us from being attached forever to the classic and old style webmail… Read more »

Block Brute Force Attacks on WordPress and Joomla using ModSecurity

WordPress and Joomla are probably the two most popular web apps that are massively used by end users to create fast websites. But that popularity also comes with high risks. That’s why today we will explore some ways to block brute force attacks on WordPress and Joomla using ModSecurity rules. WP and Joomla are popular because they are easy to… Read more »

Restrict FTP and cPanel Ports Access to Certain Countries in CSF Firewall

A very good way to increase your cPanel Server Security is to restrict FTP and cPanel Ports access to Countries where you do have customers, and deny the rest of the countries where you don’t have any customers. Restrict FTP and cPanel Ports Access to Certain Countries CSF Firewall is an incredible and advanced security suite that let us configure… Read more »

How to run Rsync process in background

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Question: how can I run rsync process in background? Answer: rsync can be run in background by using the nohup command in front of it, and & at the end. Let’s explore how to run this command as background process in Linux. Why would I need to run rsync process in Background ? Well, I’m pretty sure that this has… Read more »

How to Add a Comment to an existing SSH Public Key

Question: I have an existing SSH key (public and private), that was created with ssh-keygen, however now I need to add a comment to that existing key. How can I Add a Comment to an existing SSH Public Key? Sometimes users need to add a comment to their ssh-key, this is required in colleges, unversities, campus and also on big… Read more »

Enable Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) on LiteSpeed and Apache

In the old days, developers and webmasters were forced to use local fonts from their computeres to visualize web fonts in their web pages. But today you can load a big number of fonts from remote sources to get a more rich font experience and enchance your visitor usability while browsing your website. On this article you will learn how… Read more »