3 Linux Server Performance Tips

If this is your first time using a Linux server, you may soon find out that Linux offers many performance advantages over other operating systems. Still, there are plenty of things you can do to make Linux perform even better.
1. Use the Security Tools – You must use the securities tools at your disposal. If […]

What to Do When You Forget Your Password

One of the worst feelings you can experience after putting so much time and effort into your dedicated server is to suddenly realize you are unable to control it. Aside from security breaches, the most common reason for this is that you forgot your password. Forgetting a user password is unfortunate, but not the end […]

How to Change Your SSH Port with SELinux (RHEL 6)

In a previous post, we explained how to change the SSH port on your Linux server from the standard port 22. ┬áIn most cases, this works just fine, but if you are using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, there is a good chance you received an error such as […]

Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)

Security is always an ongoing concern for Linux system administrators, and if it is not, it should be. The variety and number of threats to server security are profound, and smart server administrators are proactive in securing their dedicated servers from would-be attackers, viruses, and vulnerabilities.
Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) was originally developed for the US […]