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How To Configure CSF To Prevent DDoS Attacks

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Published on : December 19, 2016 by

How To Configure CSF To Prevent DDoS Attacks

What is DDOS? Before discussing how to control DDoS attack using CSF, let me explain what is DDOS attack and how it affects the smooth functioning of a server. DDoS stands for Distributed Denial of Service. It is an attempt to make an online service unavailable by traffic flooding from multiple sources. This makes it impossible […]

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CSF commands to enable port or IP for a user

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Published on : August 2, 2014 by

CSF commands to enable port or IP for a user

CSF open port :-  You can open a port for just one specific user in CSF by doing the following: Replace 5353 with the port you wish to open and 656 with the UID of the user. Opening an outgoing Port for one remote IP  

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Apache :HTTP Server Port modification

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Published on : July 16, 2014 by

Apache :HTTP Server Port modification

Apache Port Change: We all know that the default Port number of Apache is 80. For more security purpose we will be forced for Apache port change, Please see below mentioned steps inorder to change the port number.Assume you need  to change the port number of httpd from  80 to 8080 and for https from 443 […]

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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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