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How to Set A Static IP On Ubuntu

How to Set A Static IP On Ubuntu

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Feb, 18

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In this tutorial we will cover the network configuration changes to set a static IP address for an Ubuntu server. In this section we assume you have only one interface called eth0 after a default installation. Note: We assume that you are familiar with opening, editing and saving files at the command line. Network Configuration Commands In Linux systems there are a few commands that you can use to find out the current network configuration. One of these commands is ifconfig command. Use the...

How to Secure Apache from Clickjacking Attack

How to Secure Apache from Clickjacking Attack

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Feb, 18

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Clickjacking is a kind of attack that deceives a web user to interact (in most cases by clicking) with something different to what the user wants. This type of attack could potentially send unauthorized commands or reveal user confidential information while the victim is interacting with the web pages that user things are not harmful. To defense Clickjacking attack on your Apache web server, you can use X-FRAME-OPTIONS. This option will help you to prevent your website from being hacked from...

Install Gnome GUI on CentOS 7

Install Gnome GUI on CentOS 7

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Jan, 18

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If you are a Linux system admin, you spend most of your time on working in terminal. It is probable that you like to work on GUI instead of a terminal. By default, CentOS 7 installed as the minimal server, and you can change installation type at setup steps. Imagine you have installed CentOS 7 with default installation type and you need GUI environment ; in this guide we will help you to install Gnone GUI on CentOS 7 on the top of the minimal server installation. Notice: Linux distributions...

How To Install OpenLiteSpeed on Ubuntu 16.04

How To Install OpenLiteSpeed on Ubuntu 16.04

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Sep, 16

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How To Install OpenLiteSpeed on Ubuntu 16.04 How To Install OpenLiteSpeed on Ubuntu 16.04? OpenLiteSpeed is a high-performance, lightweight, open source HTTP server developed and copyrighted by LiteSpeed Technologies, Inc. Users are free to download, use, distribute, and modify OpenLiteSpeed and its source code in accordance with the precepts of the GPL version 3 license. LiteSpeed Web Server is the company's core product, a lightweight proprietary web server, which is able to read Apache...

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