Talking about server side security will come down to firewall or filter connections from and to your server. Close unnecessary ports, block unwanted connection and blacklist spammers are the things that your server admin should do in their everyday life. If you pay attention to your server log, you will found that lot of malicious request and brute force bot attack to find your server vulnerabilities. You should block it with firewall.One of the good and free Firewall module is ConfigServer … Read more...
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Hardening Your Server Security With ConfigServer Security & Firewall
December 3, 2010 • 1 Comment
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