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  • How do you keep yourself, servers, and your customers safe & secure online?

    How do you keep yourself, servers, and your customers safe & secure online?

    I'll start with saying use CloudLinux/CageFS for your servers which are used to host Web/Reseller hosting customers. I'll let other members add other ways to help keep everyone and everything as secure as possible.
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    Secure Sockets Layer and Trustworthy Software.

    Marcus
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    • #3
      Keeping myself 100% safe with rm -rf / --no-preserve-root and unplugging the network.

      For reals. Sudo access with SSH. SSL. Firewall to only allow my ip. encrypting files with bitlocker(windows servers). Gateway server with vpn. Update scripts and more...
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      • #4
        I would say CloudLinux OS’s file system CageFS, CloudFlare CDN, Let's Encrypt SSL certificates and KernelCare for automatic security updates.
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        • #5
          To keep more secure and safe following methods can be beneficial:
          1. Encryption
          2. Back up your data
          3. Anti malware protection is must
          4. More strong passwords
          5. Don't store encryption keys in the cloud

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          • #6
            Few server hardening techniques .


            - Install and configure a custom software firewall to block different types of attacks.
            - Install and configure Brute force detection software to prevent brute force attacks
            -Install SSL for all websites
            -Install WAF software like mod_security
            -Harden SSH by disabling direct root access
            -Secure /tmp
            -Update,kernel and operating system packages regularly.
            -Install CloudLinux
            -Use CloudFare for prevent DDOS
            -Patch OS against know vulnerabilities
            - Secure and Optimize webserver
            - Remove unwanted packages and unused services
            -Installing S.M.A.R.T Checking of Hard Disks
            -Installing CHKRootKit
            -Installing RootKit Hunter
            -Enable log based monitoring
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