Debian DirectAdmin installation – Custom httpd code II

This is awesome. With part two of the DirectAdmin custom httpd code, we’ve reached the end of the DirectAdmin series. When you’ve followed it, I’m pretty confident you have a solid DA configuration. To conclude, we’ve covered the intro, quotas, software installation, firewall, AppArmor, firewall followup, SSL, SSL for WebApps, the control panel, Exim, SpamAssassin…

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Security headers in HTML site

I’ve written about the wonderful mechanism of securing your WordPress site a bit more with Security Headers before. I still think it’s pretty awesome, all these small things to make your site a bit more secure. Well, now I needed these headers for a one page HTML site. It’s definitely not hard but you just…

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Securing SSL / HTTPS

Securing SSL and HTTPS might seem like a contradiction to you, because SSL and HTTPS are secure right? Well, not entirely and always. There are some awesome tools out there that will get your website from an F to an A+. Check this out. This is a good example of always being on top of…

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