DDoS, prevention, cure! – Part 2

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Published on : December 29, 2010 by

DDoS, prevention, cure! – Part 2

DDoS/DoS Prevention and Cure has significant role in preserving the server security: DDoS/DoS cannot be completely prevented by any of the service provides, but certain measures could help us to reduce the impact of attack. The companies must develop and produce certain strict policies and rules to ensure the best practices are allowed. Strict server […]

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DDoS, prevention, cure! – Part 1

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DDoS, prevention, cure! – Part 1

DDOS are one of the biggest headaches for all server security support personals. Here we are trying to provide you an explanation on DDOS and symptoms of DDOS and the prevention methods will be covered in the upcomings blogs. DDoS – Distributed Denial Of Service  Wiki : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denial-of-service_attack DDoS is an attack on a computer/server […]

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Error while installing Magento Blue theme.

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Published on : August 26, 2010 by

Error while installing Magento Blue theme.

Normally Magento install theme can be done from the Magento Connect. But recently in our  Magento installation service we used to get tickets complaining that the customers are not able to install Magento Blue theme via Magento Connect. When you try to install you may get the below error. To fix this, login to your account […]

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How to create a RPM from source package(Creating CSF RPM)

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Published on : August 24, 2010 by

How to create a RPM from source package(Creating CSF RPM)

We are here explaining about how to create RPM package from the Source. As an initial step, compile and install the source using normal procedures just to confirm all necessary libraries/dependencies are met. Here I am explaining the whole process to create RPM package for CSF that could be  installed on cPanel servers. Getting ready […]

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UnixBench: Find your system performance.

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Published on : August 7, 2010 by

UnixBench: Find your system performance.

UnixBench is an OpenASource GPLv2 licensed tool that provides a basic indicator of the performance of a Unix-like system. This is especially useful in the linux performance monitoring of VPS’s since the resources for them are limited when compared to a dedicated server. Multiple tests are used to test various aspects of the system’s performance […]

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