Your Apache configuration settings have a major effect on your Linode’s performance. There are several tools that can be used to further inspect your Apache server’s performance and make informed decisions on how to begin tuning your Apache configurations.
What is mod_evasive?mod_evasive is a module for Apache that provides evasive action in the event of an HTTP Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS/DoS) attack or brute force attack.
IntroductionModSecurity is a web application firewall for the Apache web server. In addition to providing logging capabilities, ModSecurity can monitor HTTP traffic in real time in order to detect attacks.
Throughout our Apache section and LAMP stack tutorials, a very simple configuration based on <VirtualHost> is offered.
In many cases, all of the resources served by an Apache host are located in that host’s DocumentRoot.
Apache provides a number of tools that allow administrators to control access to specific resources provided by servers.
The Apache HTTP web server is in many respects the de facto standard for general purpose HTTP services.
In this guide, you’ll learn how to rewrite URLs with mod_rewrite and Apache. Rewriting a URL is a server-side operation that allows you to serve content from a file system location that doesn’t correspond exactly with the client’s request.
In this guide, you’ll learn how to redirect URLs with Apache. Redirecting a URL allows you to return an HTTP status code that directs the client to a different URL, making it useful for cases in which you’ve moved a piece of content.
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