Securing Apache 2 | HackerSploit Linux Security
Apache is a popular web server and is part of the LAMP stack that can host apps like WordPress on a server. In this video, HackerSploit shows some basic steps for securing your Apache web server.
Chapters: 0:00 – Intro
2:00 – Updating to the Latest Version
2:51 – Securing Default Privilege Settings
5:00 – Securing Default Directory Settings
7:23 – Changing Apache2.conf Settings
14:20 – Change Ownership of htaccess File
15:40 – Using Passwords to Secure Directories
20:24 – Outro
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