As with most things, turning off SSLv2 in Lighttpd is much easier than in Apache.
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WordPress uses .
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It seems like lighttpd and Tomcat are at the forefront of what is ‘hot’ these days.
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You may find that some sites do not work well if you omit a trailing slash on the URL.
Often times, the wonderful webmail application known as Horde will spin out of control and cause unnecessary resource usage and often cause defunct Apache processes to appear.
First, you have to get the certificate and key out of Windows in a pfx (PKCS #12) format.
If you can’t use PHP to force HTTPS, you can use mod_rewrite instead.
To force HTTPS with a PHP script, just put this snippet near the top:
The AWStats package in RHEL4/Centos4 and Plesk 8.
I rarely try to toot my own horn, but I’ve created a pretty handy site.
If your server is sending out spam because of some bad scripts, hunt that stuff down:
To disable SSLv2 server-wide on a Plesk server, add this in your /etc/httpd/conf.
If you want to hide the current version of Apache and your OS, just replace
Need to redirect all users except for yourself to another site until yours is live?
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To make Apache write logs similar to IIS, toss this into your Apache configuration:
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Add this to the Apache configuration:
If you’re looking to get PCI/CISP compliance, or you just like better security, disable SSL version 2.
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First, check max_upload_size in php.
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If you need to remove subdomains from the URL that users enter to visit your website, toss this into your VirtualHost directive:
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If you’re not a fan of scientific notation, use this to calculate the apache bandwidth used from log files in MB:
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Add this to the virtual host configuration if PHPLive says it has no session.
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Remember, if you raise MaxClients for an MPM in Apache, you must raise the ServerLimit directive, which is normally set to 256 on most servers.