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How to Hide Apache and Nginx Version on Oracle Linux 8

By default, Nginx and Apache versions are displayed when you query HTTP headers. Website security is very important for any system or website administrator. For security reasons, it is recommended to hide the Nginx and Apache versions to make it harder for attackers to know what vulnerabilities can be exploited on your server.

In this post, we will show you how to hide Apache and Nginx versions on Oracle Linux 8.

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How to Host Secure IT Infrastructure for Public Schools

School IT Departments have had to adapt quickly as computing and cloud technology has changed education significantly over the last 20 years. As a result, the cybersecurity posture of public schools is complex, with several challenges to overcome. Schools have a wide and varied attack surface that is constantly changing, and a school’s security response has had to evolve as security threats have changed.

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How to Install Apache Web Server on Arch Linux

Free and open-source Apache is one of the most popular web servers around the globe. It is based on process-driven architecture and supports all major operating systems, including Linux, Windows, macOS, and Solaris. Apache is customizable and can be integrated with other modules. It offers many features, including load balancing, URL tracking, auto-indexing, robust media support, and more.

This post will explain how to install the Apache web server on Arch Linux.

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How to Install Nginx Web Server on Arch Linux

Nginx also known as engine-X, is a free and open-source web server used to host a website on the web. Simple and lightweight, it is often used as a reverse proxy, an HTTP cache, for load balancing, and for media streaming. Nginx uses an asynchronous, event-driven approach instead of creating new processes for each web request. Nginx is known for its high performance, security, stability, rich feature set, simple configuration, and low resource consumption.

In this post, we will show you how to install the Nginx web server on Arch Linux.

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How to Install a LAMP Stack on Arch Linux

LAMP is an open-source Web development platform used for hosting highly-scalable websites on the web. It uses Linux as the operating system, Apache as a web server, MariaDB or MySQL as a database server, and PHP, Python, or Perl as a programming language. A LAMP stack is an efficient and flexible method that enables competition with commercial software developers. As per global research, up to 80% of the Internet uses open-source programming and software.

In this post, we will show you how to install a LAMP stack on Arch Linux.

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How to Install a LEMP Stack on Arch Linux

LEMP is a group of open-source software stacks used for developing and deploying highly-scaled applications across the web. In a LEMP stack, L stands for Linux, E is for Nginx, M is for MariaDB or MySQL, and P stands for PHP, Perl, or Python. With the LEMP stack, you can host websites and web applications, especially small to medium-sized sites on the web.

In this post, we will show you how to install a LEMP stack on Arch Linux.

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Critical OpenSSL Security Vulnerability

Richard Bailey December 19, 2022 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Atlantic.Net is providing this security advisory as a news item. We want to reassure our customers that Atlantic.Net is not affected internally or in our service offerings by the exploited products.

On the 1st of November 2022, a Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) statement was released about an exploit found in the widely used OpenSSL protocol. OpenSSL is an essential piece of software used by millions of people around the world. Despite its widespread use, many users don’t even realize their server is using it.

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How to Install phpMyAdmin on Arch Linux

phpMyAdmin is a management console for MySQL and MariaDB database. It allows users to interact with MySQL and MariaDB via a web browser. It is designed for users who are not familiar with MySQL command line. You can use phpMyAdmin to browse, create, edit and delete tables, as well as modify columns and data from the central place.

In this post, we will show you how to install phpMyAdmin on Arch Linux.

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