When looking to host websites or services from a Windows server, there are several options to consider. It is worth reviewing the strengths and weaknesses of each server type to determine which one is most likely to meet your particular needs before you spend the time installing and configuring a web service.Continue reading “How to Install Apache on a Windows Server”
What is OpenSSH?
OpenSSH is an open-source utility developed by The OpenBSD Project. SSH stands for “Secure SHell.” This service encrypts traffic on both ends, eliminating security risks from hackers or eavesdroppers. It can be used for remote operations like file transfers and offers key-based passwordless authentication. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to harness the power of SSH’s on your Windows server to send basic remote commands and transfer files using password authentication.Continue reading “How to Install and Configure OpenSSH on Windows Server 2019”
What is Wildfly?
WildFly is a Java runtime application server and software management platform implemented in Java. It is primarily used to provision Java applications and services on a Java-based platform. It is currently developed by Red Hat as open-source software (apart from the community forums) and was better-known as JBoss AS previously. While the WildFly software remains open-source, paid support can be purchased from RedHat if needed. RedHat continues to implement a separate version of this software under the JBoss EAP name.Continue reading “How to Install Wildfly on CentOS 8”
In this tutorial, our objective is to install WildFly on an unmanaged CentOS 7 server. WildFly is a managed application runtime server and Java software platform used to provision Java applications and services. It is an open-source software which is consistently being improved by its user community. While the WildFly software remains open-source, if paid support is needed, it is provided by Red Hat who currently develops the software (apart from the community forums). Some may be more familiar with WildFly’s previous name, which was JBoss AS. RedHat continues to develop its version of this software under the JBoss EAP name.Continue reading “How To Install WildFly On CentOS 7”
In this article we will learn what the Network Time protocol (NTP) is and how to install it on the two Linux distributions most commonly used on Liquid Web’s servers. We will be focusing on using CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 18.04 servers, but the process is largely the same on other recent versions of each. Before we start, make sure we are familiar with using SSH (Secure Shell) as we’ll need it to connect to the server. Here’s a link to one of our articles on the basics of SSH if you are unfamiliar with its usage.Continue reading “How to Install and Configuring NTP on CentOS and Ubuntu”
Have you seen this error when restarting csf?
*ERROR*: Country Code Lookups setting MM_LICENSE_KEY must be set in /etc/csf/csf.conf to continue using the MaxMind databases
Recently MaxMind, the company that provides the IP lookup database based on country of origin for CSF, has decided to require a free license to be able to access that database now. They had to do this, so they can conform to the new state law in California for the CCPA act.Continue reading “Changes To CSF Country Blocking”
(On Managed Servers)
In this article, we will provide an in depth explanation on how to set up and customize the messenger feature in CSF on a managed server.
What Is CSF?
Let’s begin by defining exactly what CSF or ConfigServer Firewall is and what it does. As noted in our earlier article, CSF is:Continue reading “How To Set Up Messenger In CSF — Part 2”
What happens when a site is compromised? How quickly can you respond when you recognize the signs that something is amiss? In today’s article, we will explore some of the more common indicators of a compromised website, how you can spot it, and how to act on it in a timely manner.Continue reading “What Indicates A Compromised Website?”
(On Unmanaged/Core Managed Servers)
What Is CSF?
In this article, we will provide an in-depth explanation of how to set up and customize the messenger feature in CSF on an unmanaged or core managed server. Let’s begin by defining exactly what CSF or ConfigServer Firewall is and what it does.Continue reading “How To Set Up Messenger In CSF — Part 1”
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.Continue reading “Install Fail2Ban On CentOS 7”