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How to Install and Use Cockpit on Ubuntu 20.04

The Cockpit is a web-based tool that helps system administrators perform day-to-day administrative tasks from a web browser. You can monitor system resources, create and remove user accounts, start and stop services, restart and shut down the system, and create and manage virtual boxes using the Cockpit. Cockpit makes it easier to administer your Linux server via a web-based interface.

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How to Install and Use Checkmk Monitoring Server on Ubuntu 20.04

Checkmk is a monitoring software written in Python and C++. This self-contained tool combines with Nagios and its add-ons and can be used for monitoring your infrastructure and services. Checkmk works in client-server architecture, meaning you must install Checkmk agent on each computer that you want to monitor. With Checkmk, you can monitor web servers, database servers, and cloud infrastructure such as, Azure, AWS and more.

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How to Install Chatwoot on Ubuntu 20.04

Chatwoot is an open-source customer support tool for real-time messaging channels. It is like other commercial customer support software like Intercorn & Zendesk. Chatwoot is designed to provide a great customer experience and to increase the productivity of your support team. Chatwoot allows you to integrate social media chat including WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook and Email to a central place.

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How to Install Varnish Cache with Apache on CentOS 8

Caching is the process of storing copies of files in a cache so that future requests for that file can be accessed more quickly. Varnish is a free, open-source, powerful HTTP engine and reverse HTTP proxy used by more than 3.4 million websites. It stores the incoming page requests in memory and serves the same page request directly from Varnish cache instead of going straight to the web server.

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How to Create and Install a Self-Signed SSL Certificate on Ubuntu 20.04

When you are shopping or banking online, you want to make sure the websites you are on are using HTTPS, which you can verify by noting a green padlock icon is in the address bar. HTTPS is the secure version of HTTP, a protocol used between a browser and a web server. Technically, HTTPS refers to HTTP over Secure Socket Layer (SSL). HTTPS means all communications between your browser and the web server are encrypted.

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Detect Linux Security Holes and Rootkits with Rkhunter on Ubuntu 20.04

Rkhunter is a command-line utility used to scan the local system for rootkits, backdoors, and possible local exploits. It also scans for hidden files, wrong permissions set on binaries, suspicious strings in kernel, and many more potential security problems. Rkhunter works by comparing local files with hashes in an online database. It scans the Linux systems to find out if the server is infected by any rootkits.

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