Linux Web Server Hosting Security Tweaks

December 25, 2010 / Dedicated Server Hosting

If you are pretty new to Linux and don’t know anything about security tweaks then¬† you should consider below list, where I’ve mentioned several Linux Security Tweaks, which will you have to notice to make your Linux Web Server Hosing secure.

  • PhpSysinfo
  • rootkit Detection and Installation and Configuration
  • ZenOptimizer installation
  • Installation of IPtables and Firewall Configuration
  • Installation of Mod_security
  • Installation of Brute Force Detection Software
  • Extensive Binary Hardening
  • Scan and hardening /tmp /var/tmp Directories
  • Limitations of PAM Resource
  • MySQL Tweaks
  • PHP Hardening
  • configuration and Installation Logrotater
  • Host.conf and Sysctl Harden
  • Installation and configuration of Logwatch
  • Secure Name Configuration
  • Remove unsecured and unnecessary Software
  • Set up of RBL linked with spam Databases
  • Mailman and Send-mail Monitor
  • Installation and Configuration of MRTG
  • ClamAV – Anti-virue toolkit
  • Installation of phpSysinfo
  • Installation of Libsafe
  • Apache / MySQL / PHP Optimization
  • Installation and Configure mod_evasive
  • Installation of Nobody Check
  • Install and Configuration of Iftop
  • Installation of Eaccelerator
  • Installation and Configuration of AIDE
  • Installation of Munin
  • Installation and Configuration of Snort
  • Installation of MyTop
  • Installation of Nessus Scanner
  • PRM – Process resource monitor Installation
  • Installation of SIM – Sys Integrity Monitor
  • Installation of LES – Linux Environment Security
  • Installation of SPRI – Sys Priority Config
  • Installation of LSM – Linux Socket Monitor