These are some sites i use to do specific jobs, i hope they can serve you well too. Corntab Corntab is a simple crontab web GUI With Corntab you can ensure that you always have the correct crontab syntax. Don’t worry about forgetting the proper crontab format because Corntab let’s you click on all of [...]
Around 2 years ago I wrote an article about fail2ban.
Fail2ban is an intrusion prevention framework written in the Python programming language. It is able to run on POSIX systems that have an interface to a packet-control system or firewall installed locally (such as, iptables or TCP Wrapper).
Fail2ban’s main function is to block selected IP addresses that may belong to hosts that are trying to breach the system’s security. It determines the hosts to be blocked by monitoring log files (e.g. /var/log/pwdfail, /var/log/auth.log, etc.) and bans any host IP that makes too many login attempts or performs any other unwanted action within a time frame defined by the administrator.
Today I want to show you some configurations that you can use to improve the security of your Apache.