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Whitelisting in ModSecurity

Broken down into two parts our article’s first section hits on “how to whitelist IPs or URIs,” for people who are somewhat familiar with ModSecurity but want to know further about the process. Our second section examines why we…

HTTP Codes

Below are a list of some of the most common HTTP codes.  These status codes are generally visible in ether the access log, or the error log. Check your web server’s documentation for details about where to find those logs.HTTP Codes…

Apache Configuration File Tips

The default Apache settings that cPanel sets upon install are definitely something that can be improved on. With a few small tweaks, the efficiency with which Apache runs with can be greatly improved.Please noted: This article assumes that…

How to Install PHP 7.2 on Ubuntu 16.04

Using PHP 7.2 on an Ubuntu server is highly recommended over previous PHP versions for several reasons, first being security. Active Support for PHP 7.2 goes until November 30th, 2019 and Security Support until Nov 30, 2020. Older versions…

How To Sync Two Apache Web Servers

Load balancing and replicating multiple servers has a great array of benefits, though orchestrating and keeping them in sync can be very tricky. Here, we will walk through some of the load balancing options available, as well as setting up…

How To: Watch Server Logs in Real Time

Servers do a fantastic job of writing down in log files what is happening right that moment. While going back and reading logs later to determine what happened in the past is helpful, it is also useful to watch logs in real time. Linux…

Understanding Load Balancing for Web Servers

Load balancing is the distribution of a workload across many nodes. In the web hosting industry, it is typically used for balancing HTTP traffic over multiple servers acting together as a web front-end. For the sake of this article, we will…