Netstat is a command line utility that can be used to monitor network connections. In this tutorial we will discuss how to use Netstat to find information about network connections and open ports on a Linux system.
Analyzing and monitoring the network traffic of an entire network infrastructure is a very important task. In this article we discuss some Linux command line tools that can be used to monitor network bandwidth.
Want more information about your hardware? This tutorial takes a quick look at some of the most commonly used commands to check hardware information and configuration details on Linux.
Glances is a cross-platform command-line text-based tool to monitor your system. Here’s how to install and configure it on Ubuntu.
Want more info about your graphics card? In this article we explain how to get graphics card information using the Linux command line.
You can easily monitor Linux system performance like CPU, memory, network, disks, file systems, NFS, and processes, using Nmon. Here’s how.
The Linux IP command is very similar to ifconfig, but it is more powerful. In this article we’ll review how to assign Static IP Address, Static Route, Default Gateway and Assigning IP Address on demand using IP command.
Ntop is an open-source and very useful network-monitoring tool that displays a list of hosts that are currently using the network and reports information. Here’s how to install and configure it.
Mod_evasive is an Apache module that provides evasive action in the event of an HTTP DoS, DDoS, or brute force attack. Here’s how to use it to keep Apache secure.
Mod_status is an Apache module that displays a web page containing statistics including worker processes. Here’s how to monitor Apache web server with it.
WebDAV lets you upload & download files on the Apache server. In this article we explain how to install & configure WebDav with Apache2 Web Server on Ubuntu 14.04.
AWStats is an open-source web analytics reporting tool that generates advanced web, streaming, FTP or mail server statistics, graphically. Here’s how to set up AWstats in Ubuntu.
In this article we explain how to install fail2ban and configure it to monitor logs and protect Apache from malicious authentication failure attempts.
In this article we explain how to create a self-signed SSL certificate for Apache which will allow you to encrypt traffic to your Apache server.
This article shows how you can password protect a folder in Apache using .htaccess in Ubuntu 14.04 if you want to limit access to one of your apps.
In this article, we show the step-by-step procedure to create and enable an IP based and Port based virtualhost on Apache web server.
Virtual hosting is a method for hosting multiple domain names on a single Apache server. With name-based virtual hosting, you can host multiple websites. Here’s how.
This article shows how to maximize your Apache web server performance through proper optimization and the reduction of RAM usage.
SSH is used to provide secure and encrypted communication over a network and to control servers remotely. Here’s how to secure an SSH server in Ubuntu 14.04.
This post shows you step-by-step instructions for optimizing the Apache web server without adding additional hardware resources to your system.
Apache web server is the most popular web server around the world. As a continuation of part 1, here we share advanced security tips & tricks for securing Apache web server.
Apache web server is the most popular web server around the world. In this post we will show you some basic tips and tricks to secure the Apache web server.
This post describes how to set up Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Ubuntu 14.04 step by step. LVM allows you to extend and reduce a partition on the fly.
A PXE Server allows you to boot a Linux distro from a network and install it on hundreds of PCs at a time. Here’s how you can configure a PXE server in Ubuntu.
Hardening is the process of reducing vulnerabilities and securing a system from possible attack points. In this article we show how to do this on Linux.