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iptables Complete Guide | HackerSploit Linux Security

In this video, Alexis from Hackersploit will help you understand how to use iptables, cover some common rules, and more.
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Securing Commonly Used Apps

When deploying web applications and services,  security should be evaluated throughout. A solid understanding of the fundamentals of securing these applications and services is crucial in maintaining the integrity and reliability of your services. This series works as a practical guide for anyone that wants to learn how to effectively secure commonly used and deployed […]
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How to Secure WordPress | HackerSploit Linux Security

In this video, Alexis from Hackersploit will walk you through some of the steps you should take to secure your WordPress website.
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Configuring Root Access | HackerSploit Linux Security

In this follow up video to securing your SSH, Alexis from HackerSploit shows how to add users to the sudo group.
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Brute Force Protection | Linux Security with HackerSploit

In part 2 of the Linux Security series, HackerSploit shows how to set up fail2ban on a server to prevent brute force SSH attacks.
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How to Secure SSH | Linux Security with HackerSploit

In this series, HackerSploit takes us through a scenario where we'll have to secure a WordPress instance from SSH based attacks.
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Linode LIVE! HackerSploit: Linux Server Security Series

October 1, 2020
This 12-episode Linux Security series will work as a practical guide for anyone that wants to learn how to effectively secure their servers. At a high-level, viewers will learn how to set up, secure, and audit Linux servers. HackerSploit: Linux Security Server Series Part 1In episodes 1 -5, viewers will follow along in getting up […]
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Advanced WordPress Security
Alexander Newnham

How to Make WordPress Secure: Advanced Steps

Jul 24, 2020 by Alexander Newnham
Apart from efforts of the WordPress development team, users should take steps to minimize their security risks—often referred to as "hardening WordPress."
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Secure WordPress
Alexander Newnham

How to Make WordPress Secure: The Basics

Apr 28, 2020 by Alexander Newnham
It’s important to implement some basic, but often overlooked, best practices to keep your WordPress website secure.
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