Collection of scripts to measure what is making your page slow
Redundancy is ambiguous because it seems like a waste if nothing unusual happens. Except that something unusual happens-usually.
Have you ever shared a network drive between MS Windows and Macos?
I needed to edit /etc/hosts on my chromebook, turns out the root filesystem on Chrome OS is read only.
When Apache cant find the page that you are looking for it says “Not Found” and then it reveals your apache version number and sometimes even the modules that you have enabled. Do you want this?
Only allow some users restricted access to your server, description for both a complete chroot environment or just simple sftp.
Also called MalDet, has a set of signatures for matching malware in web-files. It uses the ClamAV scanner engine (if found) which also includes its own signatures.
This script scans a set of folders and reports back to an administrator if a threat is found.
If you’ve ever tried the Google Developers Audit or the Pingdom Speed test on your website then you’ve probably seen the warning about “Leverage browser caching“, it basicly means that the site tells the browser to keep some of the files cached for faster page loading. You can do this with your local .htaccess file:
Apache supports lots of different encryption protocols, some of which have serious vulnerabilities that puts sites at risk of being breached. The Poodle and Beast exploits are just a couple examples of how attackers have taken advantage of weaknesses in SSL and TLS to compromise organizations.