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When you upgrade servers, you usually like to take things you paid for with you to your new one. This will show you how.
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The instant a Linux server is connected to a public network it starts getting hit by attackers. There are people out there running programs constantly against IP ranges and they’ve hit your server today a number of times. You need to lock down your ssh access – we’ll show you a couple ways to do this!
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Our partner site K5 Web Security recently posted up how webmasters can block referrals from Semalt.com (they find them in their stats/analytics). You can find the post here: Block Semalt Referrals

One of the things that WHM/cPanel servers have on by default is directory listing. This is something you don’t want – but it’s easy to fix!
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