Securing Nginx Web Server | Hackersploit Linux Security
NGINX is an open source web server with powerful load balancing, reverse proxy, and caching features. In this video, HackerSploit will show you how to better secure your Nginx server by disabling the default Nginx header and adding password authentication.
0:00 – Intro
1:16 – Preparing the Server
2:55 – Installing Nginx
4:35 – Nginx Initial Configuration
8:51 – Testing Configuration
10:15 – Disabling Server Tokens
11:25 – Hiding the Nginx Header
13:00 – Configuring IP Access
14:40 – Setting Password Authentication
18:09 – Outro
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