We can spin wheels forever with all the uglies out there, or we can list (identify) the bots to allow.
Daily Archives: September 28, 2012
Change the default SSH port
In this How-To we’re going to walk you though changing the default SSH port on a Linux system.
CSF: Config Server Firewall Installation
CSF is generally considered a more advanced firewall as there are more configuration options compared to other firewalls, while still being simple enough to install and configure that even novice administrators can use it. This article will give you a simple overview about how to install and configure CSF and its security plugin LFD (Login …
Using CSF and LFD
We currently manage servers for some clients which use Config Server Firewall (csf) together with the Login Failure Daemon (lfd) to maintain security. We’re incredibly happy with the level of security they give us, and also with the depth of information provided (we didn’t realise how many hack attempts come in from China and Russia. …
Using Timthumb with Custom URLs for Site Optimization
In this article, I will share on how to get a better page speed score even when you are using TimThumb as your thumbnail resizer for your site. On my Personal Blog I’ve been using this method for quite some time and the result is quite impressive. Let’s begin the tutorial!