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Best practice secure WordPress NGINX configuration for Plesk


by Danila Vershinin, September 18, 2020

WordPress Security WordPress is the most popular CMS for running a website. As such, it is the target for all kinds of malicious bots. The most effective way of reducing security risks associated with WordPress is the proper server configuration. Secure WordPress NGINX configuration must be built on the assumption that any unknown script is […]

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Best practice secure NGINX configuration for WordPress


by Danila Vershinin, September 5, 2020

We review and approach to secure NGINX configuration for WordPress prevents launching malicious scripts and only allows core and plugin files execution

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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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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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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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Modern approaches to secure websites in 2018


by Danila Vershinin, August 3, 2018

Some of the things you really want to take care about to secure your website.

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Magento 2 Security Checklist


by Danila Vershinin, June 24, 2018

When you prepare to launch your Magento 2 website, security is one of the primary areas of concern. Whether you plan to accept credit card data directly on your website, or on a payment provider’s pages – you are required to achieve PCI compliance. Otherwise, you’ll find your business at risk of being banned from […]

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How to remove the Server header in NGINX


by Danila Vershinin,

How to hide the Server HTTP header in NGINX and more: hide the fact of using NGINX altogether.

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