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Force SSL on a WordPress

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I’ve noticed that a .htaccess redirect works from the root folder down, but if you access the website from an old link you won’t be forced to HTTPS. Updating the WP URL structure does not help: This will work to force the redirect: If you are running WordPress in a sub folder, the…(Read More)

SSH into your VPS host: ssh root@IP sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install binutils libreadline5 libruby1.8 ruby ruby1.8 ssl-cert unhide.rb mailutils Once it has finished downloaded, extract the files and enter the resulting directory: tar xzvf rkhunter* cd rkhunter* Install RKHunter: sudo ./installer.sh Initial Test Runs The…(Read More)

DDoS Trojan attacks

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Have you encountered with DDoS Trojan attack? It’s a familiar issue to all SysAdmins, when we work on DDoS attack. Normally, the top command shows a suspicious process with a random name like, Xdrgwdjd, jjiiyaykzg etc or some system commands like ls, ifconfig, pwd, ping, awk, telnet etc. When we kill that task another…(Read More)

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