Every system administrator security protocols are different. Some may lack of it and some may secure their server completely. Most common practice are do a chroot (files and folders permissions) on most services, disable useless services, keep the services up to date, Also important is CSF firewall along with its configuration for security and triggered […]
This July 26th will be the system admin appreciation day. It is an international celebration of sysadmins across the globe, an official recognition of geekdom and of the time and effort these device-doctors and tech-therapists sacrifice as they work their magic at unsocial hours. Consider all the daunting tasks and long hours (weekends too.) Let’s […]
Get this error when I tried to access one of the shared folders in my network. I was running on a newly installed Windows 10 Enterprise. Made a quick google on the error as I was very sure it must has something to do with the OS’s policy. And yes it was. So the next […]
Phishing is a form of social engineering where a criminal hacker tries to trick the user into clicking a malicious link or downloading an infected attachment or divulging sensitive or confidential information. The goal is to steal sensitive data like credit card and login information, or to install malware on the victim’s machine.
When you are owning a server, a virtual private server or a dedicated server, you sure would want to know the availability of the server on the internet and how long it has been running. One of the command to check this is called uptime. This command only works on unix or linux operating system. […]