NGINX Security Headers, the right way


by Danila Vershinin, May 31, 2020

How to add NGINX security headers without configuration pitfalls and in a consistent way that will make your website safe for visitors

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Protecting Magento 2 from SPAM registrations


by Danila Vershinin, March 4, 2020

Fight SPAM registration in Magento 2 by fixing… Magento 2.

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How to install the ModSecurity NGINX module in CentOS/RHEL 8


by Danila Vershinin, February 20, 2020

Here’s how to easily install ModSecurity for NGINX in CentOS/RHEL 8.

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Protect your signup forms from SPAM with NGINX and CleanTalk


by Danila Vershinin, September 6, 2019

Suppose you’re running Mautic on CentOS 7 machine. You’ve created a signup form and placed it on the front page of your website. The form is very simple: an input for an email address and Subscribe button. Bots are hitting it hard. They submit email addresses to your form, your database of subscribers have lots […]

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Magento, PayPal, libcurl and RedHat = crazy together


by Danila Vershinin, May 16, 2019

How a bad warning can be misleading and corrupt systems

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NGINX honeypot – the easiest and fastest way to block bots!


by Danila Vershinin, April 6, 2019

Increase your NGINX server security using NGINX honeypot approach. Quick and reliable way to reduce load from bots.

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How to install Malware Detect in CentOS/RHEL 7 or 8


by Danila Vershinin, January 8, 2019

How to install and use Malware Detect (maldet) in CentOS/RHEL 7 servers

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Sane use of rkhunter in CentOS 7


by Danila Vershinin, November 21, 2018

Sane use of rkhunter with yum updates. Get rid of unnecessary notification fatigue.

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Proper Magento Fail2ban Configuration


by Danila Vershinin, September 4, 2018

Protect your Magento like a real PRO using adapting banning powered by Fail2ban

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Dissecting HTTPS redirect requirements of HSTS


by Danila Vershinin, August 5, 2018

Understanding the implications of HSTS header on the HTTP canonical redirects.

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