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How to install Linux Malware Detect on CentOS

Linux Malware Detect (LMD) is a malware scanner for Linux released under the GNU GPLv2 license, that is designed around the threats faced in shared hosted environments. It uses threat data from network edge intrusion detection systems to extract malware that is actively being used in attacks and generates signatures for detection.In addition, threat data […]

How to Create FTP User for WordPress Only

***Server must have vsFTPd installed for this feature to proceed. You can refer to below articleHow to Install and Configure vsFTPd You can learn how to create user to serve only your WordPress directory. This way, users or administrator will not accidently cause the server to break down if they accidently deleted some system files. […]

How to secure your FTP access

Refer to here to learn about how to FTP into your Server using Filezilla Client How to FTP into your Server Refer here to install vsFTPd on your ServerHow to Install and Configure vsFTPd Refer here to learn how to generate Self Signed SSL CertificateHow To Create Self Signed SSL Certificate Now we have a […]

How to FTP into your Server

To FTP into your WordPress, you’ll need a client and we recommend you to use FTP client like Filezilla. This can be downloaded from here. Proceed with Filezilla Client installation After Filezilla successfully installed, you can proceed to use them to access your server using sFTP first. Open your Filezilla client and type “sftp://server-ip-here” in […]

How to set SSH login email alerts in a Linux Server?

To improve the security of the server, especially web server which exposes to the internet and worldwide hackers, it’s a good way to enable the server to send a notification email automatically to a predefined email address every time someone logs in as “root” to the host. To configure the automatic email alert notification to […]

How To Use Permalinks In WordPress (CentOS Guide)

If you would like to change your WordPress’ permalink structure, you can do so by navigating to Settings -> Permalinks.   Choose the type of permalink structure you want and click “Save Changes”. If an error message, “If your .htaccess file is writeable,  we could do this automatically but it isn’t so these are the […]

How To Use vi Command To Edit Files

When setting up your web server via SSH, you will come across a few incidents where you are required to edit certain text files, be it configuration, HTML or CSS files. For first timers and beginners, it may look new and strange to you, it is actually not that difficult. In this tutorial, we will […]

How To Check Your Current OS Version

Centos Platform To check your Centos OS version, run the following command using your server’s terminal. cat /etc/redhat-releasecat /etc/redhat-release Ubuntu Platform To check your Ubuntu OS version, run the following command using your server’s terminal. sudo cat /etc/lsb-releasesudo cat /etc/lsb-release   Affordable but Powerful Cloud Hosting Package Check out IPServerOne’s Cloud Hosting Packages. Contact us @ […]

How To Install WordPress In Ubuntu

You need to have a LAMP ready server to install WordPress into your Ubuntu server. Read more: How to Setup LAMP Configuration on Ubuntu.   Step 1 – You need to create a database and user account in MySQL for WordPress. Login to your MySQL using the username and password created earlier by running the command […]