List Add & Remove PPA Repository in Ubuntu & Debian

PPA aka Personal Package Archive are repositories designed to deliver software. Apt package manager makes use of these servers; downloads and installs the software programs they contain. The Apt package manager stores its repository database in /etc/apt/sources.list file. Also it reads the files in the  /etc/apt/sources.list.d directory to get information for the available third party …

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How To Install Configure Config Server Firewall on Centos7

Config Server Firewall Security Application For Linux Servers Config Server Firewall is a free security application tested on almost all mainstream RedHead and Debian derivative Linux distribution. It is also works with the most popular virtual servers. It is a firewall configuration script that provides better security for your server using advanced interface for managing …

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Adding ConfigServer Firewall Blocks To Cloudflare

Why Adding ConfigServer Firewall Blocks To Cloudflare Ideally after installing mod_cloudflare on Apache, we should be able to get the real IP of the visitors. This is true for any application that is in operation after Apache. Unfortunately, the firewall runs before mod_cloudflare comes into effect. This means csf doesn’t see the correct remote IP …

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RESTRICT_SYSLOG Security Option In ConfigServer Firewall CSF

lfd relies on /syslog auth.log/ /messages secure/ As you can read in the CSF readme.txt file any end- user on the server can maliciously trigger applications that monitor the logs of syslog/rsyslog. Red Hat family distributions (CentOS and Fedora) use /var/log/messages and /var/log/secure where Debian-family distributions use /var/log/syslog and /var/log/auth.log. The option RESTRICT_SYSLOG disables all …

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How To Install mod_cloudflare for Apache httpd

mod_cloudflare for Apache for Logging Real Visitor IP Addresses Cloudflare acts as a proxy and can help you speed your website, no matter static or dynamic. After switching to Cloudflare, you will notice that all your website visitors’ IP addresses appear to be coming from Cloudflare IP addresses. Here mod_cloudflare for Apache httpd comes in …

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