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.
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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.
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.
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.
LAMP server may be the most common setup, but it may not be the best. This guide shows you how to setup LAMP alternative – Nginx, MariaDB and HHVM on your Linux server.
If you are a designer/developer looking to test out your site, you will need a local web server. Here’s how you can setup local webserver on all major OS.
Though the Raspberry Pi is small, it is capable of performing a large variety of functions including acting as a local web server. Here’s the configuration setup.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to activate the web server in Mountain Lion, as well as setting up PHP, MySQL and PhpMyAdmin. At the end of this tutorial, you will have a MAMP (Mac, Apache, MySQL, Php) server running on your Mac.
BitNami packages are a great way to test out a specific application. With a few extra steps, you can quickly deploy and try out all sorts of web-based applications. Here’s the full tutorial on adding web apps to your BitNami LAMP stack
Google has a great set of services available for general consumers, and even offers it for a reasonable rate for businesses. But if you’re the paranoid type, or just like to do things yourself, there’s a way you can create something like Google Docs that you install and host on any Ubuntu box you might have. Here is how you can do it.