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Archive for April, 2015

How to Install the NAXSI Nginx Security Module

NAXSI is a web application firewall. It literally means “Nginx Anti XSS and SQL Injection.” It’s an Nginx module that acts as a firewall to prevent website hacks. NAXSI contains several rules with known vulnerability patterns that may affect your websites. NAXSI contains whitelist options to avoid blocking legal users while matching a particular pattern. It also has a very interesting auto-learn feature. […] Read more

How to Install and Configure Git on CentOS Linux

Git is a version control software. It was built with the idea of improving efficiency and reliability, while maintaining versions of any project when there are a large number of source files. Git was originally developed by Linus Torvalds to allow himself and his team to have better control over the different versions of the Linux kernel. Since that […] Read more

Nginx Protection for WordPress Brute Force Attacks

Brute force attacks are the most common way to hack into a password protected area. Popular content management systems like WordPress are on the edge of these attacks because they are installed all around the web. What is a brute force attack? A brute force attack is the kind of attack where one system tries to log […] Read more