How to Install CSF Firewall on cPanel

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CSF Firewall is one of the most complete and robust iptables based firewalls in the Linux industry. It was created by ConfigServer LTD and offers a complete security suite for cPanel servers. Today we will explore how to install CSF Firewall on cPanel. Introduction CSF is often seen as a very advanced firewall, for this lot of newbies find it… Read more »

How to change WordPress user password from phpMyAdmin

How can I┬áreset WordPress user password from PhpMyAdmin? There are many options and ways to change the WordPress admin password. Today we will explore how to change WordPress user password from phpMyAdmin. We all know that you can reset any WordPress user password using WP Dashboard, however sometimes you don’t have access to the email associated to the account, but… Read more »

Install MongoDB on cPanel + CentOS Linux

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Question: how can I install MongoDB on cPanel servers using CentOS? Answer: MongoDB can be installed using the classic RPM packages. On this post we will explore how to install MongoDB on cPanel servers using CentOS operating system. Introduction MongoDB is a nice alternative to the classic MySQL Server, it’s a different kind of approach to what we know about… Read more »

WHM Security Hardening – cPanel Security Step by Step

cPanel and WHM come with some security settings activated by default, however there are lot of things you need to do after the initial cPanel installation to have a secure cPanel server. On this post I will explore how to harden cPanel and increase the WHM Security. Note: this is not a complete cPanel security guide. This is just a… Read more »

Hardening HTTP Response Headers on Apache, Nginx and cPanel

HTTP Response headers is the information that HTTP servers shows you back when you request content from HTTP or HTTPS ┬áprotocols. On this post you will learn how to start hardening HTTP response headers HTTP Response headers are used to get technical information about the software running on the server, type of cache configured, security policies used, among many other… Read more »

Linux: Find out who is logged in to the server

Is it possible to find out who is logged in to the server from command line? Yes, it is possible using a few Linux commands. Let’s explore how to detect user names logged into the Linux server. 3 Commands to Find out who is logged in to the server w command w command prints useful information about how many users… Read more »

Nginx: Install Let’s Encrypt SSL on CentOS 6 and CentOS 7

Let’s Encrypt free SSL certificates are one of those things that are changing the internet history. For those who still don’t know what is: Let’s Encrypt offers free SSL certificates for eveybody. And today I will show you how to install Let’s Encrypt SSL on CentOS 6 and CentOS 7 operating systems. Introduction Let’s Encrypt was founded to improve the… Read more »