To protect your website from malicious traffic, you can block IP from specific countries. Here’s how to block IP from specific countries in NGINX.
If you run multiple websites, it might be costly to buy separate SSL certificates for them. Here’s how to configure SSL for multiple domains in Apache with a single certificate.
Sometimes you may need to password protect sensitive information on your website. Here’s how to password protect directory using NGINX
Too many connections can slow down your Apache server and increase bandwidth consumption. Here’s how to limit connections in Apache.
Apache allows you to password protect files, directories and even websites. Here’s how to password protect one file in Apache.
mod_ssl is required for SSL encryption in Apache. Here’s how to check if mod_ssl is enabled in Apache
Sometimes, hackers attack your website by detecting your server name. Here’s how to hide Apache Server Version to protect your website from malicious attacks.
Apache allows you to password protect websites and directories. Here’s how to set up password authentication with Apache on CentOS
SSL encrypts data between Apache web server and client. Here’s Apache SSL Configuration for CentOS 7 (step by step)
Let’s Encrypt offers free SSL certificates for your website. Here’s how to secure Apache with Let’s Encrypt on Debian 9.