Tag: security

WordPress® Hardening: One-Click Security with cPanel

WordPress is far together with away the most widely-used content management system regarding the web, but of which popularity comes at a price. It’s also the most attacked CMS. Certainly not because it’s un-secure, and

Memcached PHP Applications for Faster Web Apps

Caching is some sort of indispensable feature of most affordable application hosting and swift, low-latency user experiences. In-memory caching is one connected with the most widely put to use techniques, and Memcached’s in-memory caching capabilities

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How to Protect Your WordPress Site from Brute Force Attacks

Brute force attacks are a real and very scary threat for WordPress users. If someone else manages to figure out your username and password, your site could be defaced or have all its content wiped

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DDoS Attacks Explained: What You Need to Know to Prevent Them

Every growing website needs to be aware of DDoS attacks, and other common threats that can quickly take down an unprotected server. They can be devastating if you don’t know what’s going on or how

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An exposed password let a hacker access internal Comodo files

A hacker gained access to internal files and documents owned by security company and SSL certificate issuer Comodo by using an email address and password mistakenly exposed on the internet. The credentials were found in

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Which vSphere CPU Scheduler to Choose

The release of vSphere 6.7 Update 2 brought with it a new vSphere CPU scheduler option, the Side-Channel Aware Scheduler version 2 (SCAv2) or “Sibling Scheduler.” This new scheduler can help restore some performance lost

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What you missed in cybersecurity this week

It’s been a busy week — it’s tough to keep up with all the cybersecurity news. We’ve collected some of the biggest cybersecurity stories from the week — from TechCrunch and afar — to keep

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Building a Secure Data Center that You Can Carry in a Backpack with vSphere 6.7

Mobile data centers in the field help modern military forces stay connected and execute their missions. Cubic Mission Solutions works with VMware to deliver lightweight systems for the U.S. military and its allies that are

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