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List with New and Common Cybersecurity Threats

A summary list of the most current and dangerous threats to our safety and internet security: The DDOS attack on new entrants to online business The newest to enter the online market in various businesses, especially the domain hosting, vpn and sales market have started to run into serious problems regarding the resistance against DDOS attacks […]

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HTTP Security Headers Which Should be Used by all Webmasters

The most important HTTP Security Headers which should be used by all webmasters: Content-Security-Policy is an effective measure to protect your site from XSS attacks. By whitelisting sources of approved content, you can prevent the browser from loading malicious assets. Directives include upgrade-insecure-requests; , default-src, script-src, style-src, img-src, object-src, plugin-types to specify permitted sources for scripts, CSS stylesheets, and images. A basic […]

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Secure Your Browser with Secure DNS – DNSSEC, TLS and Encrypted SNI

Well, this is new to many, and for most it is like an alien technology, but this is the future and it is absolutely necessary for the internet, oh, I could say urgently! So what do you need to do to get a better night’s sleep, knowing that your traffic is not “spied on” by […]

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Linux Security Servers Useful

Delete UFW Firewall Rules on Ubuntu & Debian Server – Linux

If you want to delete active rules (filters) from UFW – Uncomplicated Firewall – , find out that it is very simple and there are two methods to do this, but first of all you have to make sure that UFW is installed and active (enabled): @ sudo ufw status If the displayed result is […]

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How to Change default SSH Port 22 to Increase Security

By default, the SSH service runs on port 22, but to prevent automated robots and malicious users from brute-forcing into your server, you should consider changing the default 22 SSH port with another randomly selected one.. To prevent incorrect server configuration, you should choose a port from the range of dynamic / private ports (i.e., […]

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Linux Security Servers Tools

How to allow an IP or range IPs in Fail2ban on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

I use Fail2Ban primarly to protect my wordpress-servers against brute force attacks. Fail2ban uses iptables (IP packet filter rules of the Linux kernel firewall) to block attackers, so, if you do not want to be left without access to the server, it would be useful to add a list of IPs from where you access the […]