Let’s Encrypt announced that it had discovered a bug in its CAA (Certification Authority Authorization) code. The bug opens up a window of time in which a certificate might be issued even if a CAA record in that domain’s DNS should prohibit it. As a result, Let’s encrypt is taking security and safety first...
Let's be honest, there's no such thing as 100% secure environment and since we are on the Internet, security is a constant fight against vulnerabilities, one of them was only recently discovered and affected millions of websites and mainly web servers. Exim the default email server for cPanel based hosting accounts...
Security is important for all servers and accounts, in this article we are going to present you with one more security measure that involves Root User which you can implement on your VPS or Dedicated Server (more…)
cPanel has released new builds for all public update tiers. These updates provide targeted changes to address security concerns with the cPanel & WHM product. These builds are currently available to all customers via the standard update system. (more…)
Major vulnerability affects multiple Linux kernels— CVE-2019-8912 (af_alg_release()) A major security vulnerability has been found within *many* versions of the Linux Kernel which could lead to an Arbitrary Code Execution. On a scale of 1 to 10 for severity, this flaw is being scored 9.8! (more…)
Malware Detect is very easy to install on CentOS, regardless of the control panel you might or might not utilize (cPanel/WHM, Directadmin, etc). Maldet also known as Linux Malware Detect virus scanner for Linux. (more…)
Fail2Ban is a fantastic utility and in my honest opinion, it's a great tool when it comes to server security if setup properly. Today we are going to setup Fail2Ban on a new Centos Web Server and I am going to guide you through this step by step. (more…)