#apt-get install im-config scim scim-gtk-immodule scim-modules-socket scim-modules-table scim-tables-additional scim-m17n #apt-get install xfs xfonts-utils #apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer
Thanks to: http://www.slackwiki.com/Sendmail_TLS_SASL_SMTP-AUTH Reliable, flexible, and configurable enough to solve any mail routing needs, sendmail has withstood the test of time, but has become no less daunting in its complexity. Even the most experienced system administrators have found it challenging to configure and difficult to understand. We cut through the chase and describe how to setup sendmail […]
Thanks to: http://forums.ultratechhost.com/thread-97.html SUMMARY Upgrade Apache/PHP, MySQL, OpenSSH, OpenSSL, cP/WHM etc cP/WHM Configuration SSH Access Mod_Security Firewall DDoS Protection Rootkit PHP Configuration Other The End This tutorial about web servers security, how to secure web servers… I use Cent OS 5, Apache and cP/WHM and I will explain how to secure them.
Thanks to: http://blog.mypapit.net/2010/09/how-to-use-gnu-privacy-guard-gpg-encrypt-decrypt-sign-and-verifying-identities.html GPG or the GNU Privacy Guard is a free and open source software that implements OpenPGP public-key cryptography message format (RFC4880). You can use GPG to encrypt, decrypt, sign and verify files or emails. To use GPG, you need to generate the public-key/private-key pairs in your computer by running this command, and choose […]
Thanks to: http://blog.mypapit.net/2011/07/how-to-secure-ssh-server-from-brute-force-and-ddos-with-fail2ban-ubuntu.html Fail2ban is a security tool used for preventing brute-force attack and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack to your GNU/Linux box. Fail2ban monitors failed login attempts and subsequently blocks the ip address from further logins. Although Fail2ban can also be used to secure other services in Ubuntu server, in this post, I will […]
Thanks to: http://www.karan.org/blog/index.php/2009/08/25/multiple-ssh-private-keys In quite a few situations its preferred to have ssh keys dedicated for a service or a specific role. Eg. a key to use for home / fun stuff and another one to use for Work things, and another one for Version Control access etc. Creating the keys is simple, just use ssh-keygen […]