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Tips and tricks to Defend Your Website from the hacker

Published on : June 3, 2019 by

Tips and tricks to Defend Your Website from the hacker

We always have to take the necessary precautions to keep our websites from hacking attempts. Every passing day we can hear about new hacking techniques which always find a way to break our security system and make our website compromised. So we have to take multiple layers of security measures to keep our websites from […]

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Engintron installation and configuration

Published on : May 29, 2019 by

Engintron installation and configuration

Hi guys, this time, let’s check installation and configuration of Engintron. Nginx is a powerful opensource web server. Nginx can scale websites to millions of visitors. cPanel is a known word for the ones who are familiar with web hosting. cPanel is the leading and reliable hosting control panel around the globe. The easiest way […]

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SysAdmin Series – Explaining mpstat Command Output

Published on : May 1, 2019 by

SysAdmin Series – Explaining mpstat Command Output

Sometimes, you might have noticed high load on the CPU even though there is no unusual process running. mpstat is a useful command to monitor the CPU, it would tell you the CPU statistics. How the workload is balanced across the processors, whether a process is single threaded or not etc. The first processors will […]

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When does DNS use TCP / UDP?

Published on : April 26, 2019 by

When does DNS use TCP / UDP?

When does DNS use TCP / UDP? This is an age-old interview question. A general answer is DNS uses TCP for Zone transfer and UDP for name queries. But letʼs try to answer why is that? TCP is a connection-oriented protocol whereas UDP is a connection-less protocol. TCP requires the data to be consistent at […]

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Use and examples of Named Pipes

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Published on : April 6, 2019 by

Use and examples of Named Pipes

Pipe is a method for Inter Process Communication (IPC) which send output of one process to another process. As you know, pipes are of two types: Unnamed Pipes Named Pipes Unnamed Pipe An example of unnamed pipe is as follows: $ ls | wc -l Here output of first command is given as an input […]

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