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    Any guide for the Apache security??

    Do you have any guide line for the apache security.

    If simplily use a CP. Is the CP will make all of these( chroot.etc....)


    Thanks.

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    Control panel offers little in actual security

    The control panels may secure some of the most basic holes in security but that is far from enough any more. Especially on a server you are hosting clients. Example, I terminated a client for spamming only to find out shorlty after that he had already uploaded a virus onto my server which resulted in having to reload the OS and lose all my data.
    CPanel is one of the best control panels on the market but there is probably atill 25-30 steps need to take to secure even a cpanel server. Id recommend ConfigServer firewall and directory watcher if have cpanel as a start or if not comfortable with Linux and Apache then hire an administrator and have them "harden" your server.
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    i suggest you to install mod_security too.. as this mod will harden your apache and give more security for your web application
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    Quote Originally Posted by best-p4u View Post
    Do you have any guide line for the apache security.

    If simplily use a CP. Is the CP will make all of these( chroot.etc....)


    Thanks.
    The best advise is to keep it up to date mod_security and register_globals off will avoid 90%+ of the web attacks but there are also much many things which can be implemented.
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    use some good mod_security rules
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    How to hide Apache Version and OS Identity from Errors. ...
    Disable Directory Listing. ...
    Keep updating Apache Regularly. ...
    Disable Unnecessary Modules. ...
    Run Apache as separate User and Group. ...
    Use Allow and Deny to Restrict access to Directories. ...
    Use mod_security and mod_evasive Modules to Secure Apache.

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    In my opinion, you don’t need to use a guide for the Apache security of any espionage equipment, because of high-quality applications like https://www.hoverwatch.com/spy-on-text-messages that allow you to read text messages and watch what was viewed on the phone, etc. It is much more convenient!

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