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Chroot Apache PHP Scripts

Share This: This is possibly the single most important change you can make to your web server “vhost” to improve security to the entire server. PHP can do anything it likes to your server that the user it runs as can. In other words, it can read your “/etc/passwd” file,

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Nagios Part 3 | Nagios Services, Hosts and Groups

Share This: This is a multi-part series of Nagios articles all focused on configuring a complete Nagios monitored network. Find all related articles here. Nagios monitors servers, switch and pretty much anything you like and each device must be defined in a file that Nagios looks at for guidance. That

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Nagios Part 2 | Configure an SNMP CentOS 7 Client

Share This: This is a multi-part series of Nagios articles all focused on configuring a complete Nagios monitored network. Find all related articles here. I’ve written about this before but times have changed and CentOS 7 is slightly different to CentOS 6. This article explains how to configure a very

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WordPress Content Repeating Its Self

Share This: If you find your WordPress content repeating its self, consider the following possibility. In this case i found the issue to be a plugin that was causing errors in javascript. The “./plugins/optimize-javascript/merged/” directory (if it exists) contains optimized JS which i’ve found to be occasionally faulty. Delete the

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Securing Your MacOS Workstation

Share This: Keeping your Mac up to date is no less important than any other system. Despite popular belief, MacOS should be considered just as susceptible to malware as any other operating system. One might argue that MacOS is based on BSD/Linux and therefore inherently more secure but just because

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