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What is Zero Trust Security?
Zero Trust security is the concept, methodology, and threat model that assumes no user, system, or service operating within a secured internal environment should be automatically trusted. It put forward that every interaction must be verified when trying to connect to a system before being granted access. This concept uses micro-segmentation, and granular edge controls based on user rights, application access levels, service usage, and relation to the location to determine whether to trust a user, machine, or application seeking to access a specific part of an organization.
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In this tutorial, we will look at several methods that are used to compromise a website. In today’s world, websites use multiple procedures that represent the core functions of a modern business. Whether you have an eCommerce site or a business card site, a website is essential for driving business growth. We can safely state that a website is a unique image of your respective business.
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What Is Fail2Ban?
Fail2ban is an open-source software that actively scans the servers log files in real-time for any brute force login attempts, and if found, summarily blocks the attack using the servers firewall software (firewalld or iptables). Fail2Ban runs as a background process and continuously scans the log files for unusual login patterns and security breach attempts.
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In this article, we will denote the security best practices for 2020 and beyond. Because security is such a challenging subject for many, it often goes unheeded, and as such, many are caught unaware when an issue arises. By following these best practices, you can significantly lower your risk of being compromised by a malicious actor.
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Have you ever logged into your server and seen a message like this?
Last failed login: Fri Dec 28 11:37:02 MST 2018 from 192.168.0.102 on ssh:notty
There were 942 failed login attempts since the last successful login.
Last login: Mon Dec 24 13:35:57 2018 from 192.168.0.101
What happened here?
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