Tag: hardening

Apache: Count Visits on Console

If you use a Webserver like Apache, you can use a small script to Analyse your Logs. Create a analyse-web.sh Script with: $sudo nano /home/user/analyse-web.sh insert: #!/bin/bash cat /var/log/apache2/access.log | awk '{ print $1 }' | sort | uniq -c exit 0 System Output: 1573 www.domain2.de 3568 www.domain3.de .. If you change the “$1” to […]

Security: Harden DSL Routers and Networks against attacks

Last days there was a high count of news about the Bot Attacks against T-Com Telekom Router devices. To understand the behavior about this up comming security problems you should know following points : Every network supported device can be a goal for a attack ( Routers, Modems, PC, Fridges,IP-TV, IP Switches, IP-Cams…) You have […]

Major Webserver Setup Rules: The “must” do!

If you want to setup a fresh secure Webserver then use this list dont ever upload data, files, images on the Webserver who are classified as “secret” setup daily full backup with Cron view daily the system logs, auth, www, errors … setup a local firewall with less opened ports 80,25 .. setup daily automatic […]

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