Configure Apache to be Case Insensitive

By default, websites powered by Apache HTTP Server are case sensitive. That means yourwebsite.com/Bunnies will take you to a different page than yourwebsite.com/bunnies. Generally speaking it is a good idea to leave this default configuration as is. There are, however, instances when you might want Apache to be case insensitive. For example, if you have […]

Best Practices for Password Security

In most cases, your password is the only thing standing between your server and all of its treasures, and the horde of violent hackers waiting to rip it to pieces.  Your password is your safeguard.  Without it, you have no access, and if it falls into the wrong hands, you are deep trouble.
There are several […]