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Linux Web Server Hosting Security Tweaks

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