In this post I will be showing you how to remove your server’s OS information from the postfix banner. While this isn’t enough to stop somebody from finding out your server OS by itself, it never hurts to make things just a tiny bit more difficult.
Below is a quick and simple case statement that functions as a help dialog whenever the script is run with -h, –help, or -help.
In this post I will be showing you how to setup Clam-AV on an Ubuntu server as-well as how to run automated daily scans with email alerting. This may sound like it’s complicated but its really not, you can have everything setup within 5 minutes so no need to fear!
In this post I will be showing you how to use if statements in bash. If statements are basically what they sound like, if this then that. That being said they can also be written with other conditions. Below I will show some of the examples of different if statements.
If you get even remotely as annoyed as I do when SSH times out and disconnects then this post is for you. Below is how to quickly and easily fix the SSH timeout issue. This solution will not disable the timeouts entirely though, instead it just sets the threshold extremely high.
In this easy guide I will show you how to use the grep command with multiple examples. If I miss anything useful or if you would like to see something added then please feel free to comment below.
In this post I will be showing you how to make your Apache server a bit more secure using some common methods. If you have any questions feel free to ask in the comments below.
In this quick and simple post I will show you how to generate a free SSL certificate for use with Apache, this will allow your users to view your website/blog over a secure HTTPS connection instead of a standard insecure HTTP connection. For the purpose of this guide I will assume you are using Ubuntu server but if you need help getting it to work on a different OS then feel free to comment.