How to Check Your Server for Bash Shellshock Vulnerability

The hosting world has been hit with yet another highly publicized server vulnerability. This one affects the ubiquitous shell program GNU Bash and is referred to as Shellshock. Most Linux, BSD and Mac OS X operating systems and variants use Bash or derivatives of it. All Bash versions between versions 1.14 and 4.3 are […]

How to Check and Repair a Filesystem with FSCK

It may look similar to a dirty word, but we can assure you that fsck is a tool that can make your dedicated server’s filesystem squeaky clean. With this easy command, you can check for errors and fix them.
To begin you will need to access your server’s command line interface. You can use SSH […]

5 Server Logs You Should Routinely Check

One of the important things you can do with a dedicated server is to check it to ensure it is running smoothly and not experiencing any hidden problems. On Linux and Unix servers, log files can provide vital information about key components of your server. The following log files are ones you should routinely check:

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