Can One Virtual Machine Compromise the Security of Another?

One of the frequently mentioned benefits of VPS hosting is that it is more secure than shared hosting because your account is walled off from other accounts, allowing them to function as separate servers. Virtual private servers and virtualization in general are generally thought to be secure. So, can one virtual machine compromise the security […]

How to Use SFTP to Transfer Files

One of the oldest methods for transferring files from your computer to your server is called FTP (file transfer protocol). Unfortunately, this method is not secure, and if you need to transfer sensitive data and also protect your username and password, you should use a method that provides better security. SFTP is one option.
Most modern […]

Common Linux Server Errors and Solutions

Linux is one of the most popular server operating systems, and it has gradually supplanted Unix as the world’s server OS of choice.  There is no single definitive Linux OS but rather several “distributions” based on the Linux kernel.  Because of this, there are some functional differences; however, most of them have similar commands and […]

8 Signs That It’s Time to Get a Dedicated Server

Sometimes it is difficult to know when it is time to make the move from one technology to another, or when to upgrade from one version to a later one.  As your website or websites grow, it is important to track their progress, understand their weaknesses, and be prepared to take them to the next […]

A Quick Guide to DNS Lookup

DNS lookup is a good tool for general domain inquiries, server testing, and for following security leads. It is easy to do, and most Linux and Unix dedicated servers come with the commands you need. All you have to do is log on via SSH and get started.
The first command you can use […]