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How to Harden your WordPress to Survive Hacking Attempts

How to Harden your WordPress to Survive Hacking Attempts

All web servers receive tons of hacking attempts every day. Most of the hacking attempts are unsuccessful and will be blocked by the server or firewall. However, we always heard of Wordpress sites being hacked and that’s kind of bad when people have a negative impression on Wordpress. People might think because wordpress is open source and it’s free, so nothing too surprise when it got hacked.

How to use SSH to access and manage MySQL database

How to use SSH to access and manage MySQL database

Generally, most of the modern hosting platform allows user to access the database using rich user-interface application such as phpmyadmin. Although using the interface is very convenient and easy to use, in some cases you need to use SSH to access and manage your database.

SSH Goodies that might save your life

SSH Goodies that might save your life

The good thing about having the list is you don’t have to always google about the commands and trial and error every time. You already know what commands will work for specific scenario and it’s reusable and even automatable.

12 Useful Commands To Check Your Server Health using PuTTY or similar SSH client

12 Useful Commands To Check Your Server Health using PuTTY or similar SSH client

PuTTY is an old school but classic software that allow you to remote ssh your server. It’s a free software application for Windows 95, 98, XP, Vista, and 7 which can be used to make an SSH connection to your server.

How to Setup a Simple Load Balancing using Round-Robin DNS

How to Setup a Simple Load Balancing using Round-Robin DNS

Round-Robin is an alternative method of load balancing, which does not require an expensive dedicated software or hardware node (load balancer).

It is very simple to setup by associate multiple IP addresses with a single domain name.

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